Bob Holroyd – Blueprint


Release data: Bob Holroyd – Blueprint CD/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Real World Works, 2015 What I got here is a 46-minute album with 14 cyclical ambient tracks, in part inspired by work in therapy, and in part by the creative process itself. Moreover, each piece on Bob Holroyd’s “Blueprint” explores the relationship between repetition and progression where the music develops over time, slowly moving to a new…

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Bob Holroyd – re:ambient


Release data: Bob Holroyd – re:ambient DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Private Release, 2012 “Re:ambient” is part a series of occasional releases by Bob Holroyd which aims to revisit, reinvent and reinterpret some of his previous output. Three of the nine instrumental tracks received laid-back and spacious remixes by Mr Holroyd, while the other six were handed over to Mogwai, The Album Leaf, Steve Roach, Saul Stokes, Eluvium…

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Bob Holroyd – Afterglow


Release data: Bob Holroyd – Afterglow CD, Private Release, 2011 “Afterglow” (also the featured album on the Bowers & Wilkins Society of Sound website during July 2011) is the seventh album by UK musician Bob Holroyd, musically turning away from the outcome as heard on his previous recordings. The 45-minute instrumental release features quiet and reflective ambient miniatures with a profound organic backbone. Its compositions…

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Bob Holroyd – Beachcombing


Release data: Bob Holroyd – Beachcombing CD, Private Release, 2011 “Beachcombing” (previously announced as “Glow”, which is also the first track of the album) comes in an environmental-friendly but still nicely looking digipack. This album by UK-composer Bob Holroyds contains twelve compositions which in advance has been depicted as “the perfect soundtrack to a film yet to be made”. The well-produced music on “Beachcombing” is…

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Bob Holroyd – Fluidity & Structure


Release data: Bob Holroyd – Fluidity & Structure CD, Soundscape Music, 1993 “Fluidity and Structure”, of which the sonic content has been inspired by travels to Africa and Asia, was originally the soundtrack to an audio visual art exhibition Bob Holroyd staged at “The Big Chill ” amongst other venues in 1993/4. The twelve tracks breath a highly atmospheric ambience, ranging from the minimal percussion…

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