Tag Archive: sigha

Sigha, Abstractions I-IV

Sigha’s Abstractions I-IV is a hulking and nuanced set that offers a restrained and authentic forward drive, if lacking somewhat in originality.

Sigha, HF029

Sigha’s self-titled EP for Hotflush may leave you thirsty for something that distinguishes its tracks as James Shaw’s own and more of the label’s sound signature.

Sigha, The Politics of Dying

The Politics of Dying further solidifies Sigha’s sound into an intriguing hybrid of continental efficiency and classic UK brutality, miles removed from the “bass music” associations from which he first emerged.

Sigha, Over The Edge/Early Morning Lights

Sigha’s latest, which arrives on his own newly launched Our Circula Sound imprint, builds on the attention grabbing yet keenly subtle sound he’s developed across several records for home base Hotflush Recordings.

The Echologist, Slow Burn EP

“Slow Burn” is naturally ebullient; its rounded chords and breathing, spatial atmospherics chart the hopeful beauty you’d expect to find on an Intrusion release.