By Sean O | October 3rd, 2012
It’s been six months since Indie Shuffle last showed Sorrow a little love. The Britain-based producer has made several appearances on Sunday Night Chill, but has yet to receive his own featured post, which is crazy considering how talented he is in his own right. Case in point: Art is Dead, a five track EP Sorrow released in mid-September that I want to describe as a blissful bouquet of ambient garage.
Is it ironic that I feel uplifted by an EP titled Arts is Dead by a producer named Sorrow? Is it insensitive to compare the beautiful piano work on “My Love” to the late Nujabes? Am I asking too many questions?
As one SoundClouder put it:
“I blazed while listening to this whole project and I was in a surreal place. When the project finished the only thing left to do was start back from the beginning again! Great job Sorrow, your best works so far!”
Let’s go with that.