Leon Vynehall

Nothing Is Still


This album was released 35 weeks ago.

75% ±8% 9 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)
2 Movements (Chapter III)
3 Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III)
4 Julia (Footnote IV)
5 Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV)
6 Trouble - Parts I, II, & III (Chapter V)
7 Envelopes (Chapter VI)
8 English Oak (Chapter VII)
9 Ice Cream (Chapter VIII)
10 It Breaks (Chapter IX)
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88% Resident Advisor Since the beginning of his career, Leon Vynehall has tried to define himself as more than a dance music producer.
85% The Line of Best Fit Nothing Is Still might not be documenting Leon Vynehall’s personal experience, but he is the only person who could paint this journey in such an expressive, encapsulating way.
80% Music OMH Leon Vynehall's previous album, 2016's Rojus (Designed To Dance), was a great deep house record, but the sound design and ambience that surrounded the grooves suggested something deeper still.
80% Exclaim! Music Leon Vynehall's Nothing Is Still is an expedition into sounds beyond the club tracks that he's been known for.
80% New Musical Express British producer ditches house bangers for symphonic genius on his debut album2018 has been a golden year for British electronic music.
80% Pop Matters On Nothing Is Still, Leon Vynehall has woven a rich tapestry of complimentary sounds that serves a purpose far bigger than the music itself.
80% The 405 British producer Leon Vynehall has spent his career creating what is arguably some of the better deep house music to come out of the '10s.
70% Loud & Quiet
60% Under the Radar Magazine