Adam stafford - taser revelations

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“Adam Stafford is one hell of a force and quite possibly one of the best live artists of our times.” – God is in The TV

In short, Taser Revelations is a tour de force brimming with confidence and invention from an artist at the top of his game. An essential listen.

His film work include short "The Shutdown" (2009) written by Scottish author and playwright Alan Bissett, the video for The Twilight Sad's single "Seven Years of Letters" (2010), and "No Hope For Men Below" (2013), a poetic reinterpretation of The Redding Pit Disaster of Falkirk 1923, written in Broad Scots by local poet and author Janet Paisley. He is currently trying to write a horror film set in 1993, about a maintenance train driver who infiltrates a Norse Black Metal cult in the rural North of Scotland.

The album closer, ‘The Penumbra’ is just mesmerising. What a fantastic end to the album with hypnotic vocal control from Stafford and a mixture of enchanting sounds and sorrowful lyrics that really do make you emote as a listener.  Taser Revelations does well to portray the true versatility of Stafford’s talent, ranging far beyond the loop pedal. Stafford remains a truly inspirational artist who will surely provide some serious competition for the best solo album this year with this astonishingly alluring collection of artwork.

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