PHILIP SELWAY shares ‘Around Again’ remix by The Acid
Having recently performed at Coachella and with upcoming festival appearances at Field Day and Lollapalooza, PHILIP SELWAY has shared THE ACID‘s hypnotic remix of recent single ‘Around Again‘ from his acclaimed second album Weatherhouse. The track is now available on iTunes and Spotify. Follow the link below to check this out…
Upcoming UK festival appearances below…
Saturday 6th June – LONDON – Field Day
Saturday 25th July – YORKSHIRE – Underneath The Stars
The Acid came together from three separate worlds. They are globe trotting, Grammy nominated DJ & Producer Adam Freeland, creator of subversive crossover hit ‘We Want Your Soul’, spearhead of a scene and label boss of Brighton’s Marine Parade Records; Californian Polymath Steve Nalepa, whose time is split as a producer, composer, professor of music technology and Australian, LA based artist Ry X, whose ‘Berlin EP’ was released in late 2013 to softly bubbling acclaim.
In other news Philip can be heard on 6Music this Sunday when he again deputises for Guy Garvey on his radio show.
Critical acclaim for Weatherhouse, out now on Bella Union:
“With more ambition and further forays into experimental electronics than its understated predecessor, Weatherhouse properly uncovers Selway as a compelling songwriter.” NME – 7/10
“Expansive second solo album from Radiohead drummer… Rich in texture and atmosphere, suggesting an affinity with John Martyn and Talk Talk.” Uncut – 7/10
“Weatherhouse gives off a strong sense of chemistry, with Selway’s musicianship pushed to its creative potential by those around him to create a sound which combines the hauntingly atmospheric with the poignantly delicate.” DIY – 4 Stars ****
“A storming assertion of talent… From the cascading rhythms of ‘Around Again’ to the eerie sound effects of ‘Miles Away’, Selway and his collaborators have assembled a solid set of finely crafted, richly atmospheric songs.” Record Collector – 4 Stars ****
“Weatherhouse feels as sonically pioneering as the music Selway makes with Radiohead. ‘Let It Go’ and ‘It Will End In Tears’ soar with technicolour, lighter-in-the-air choruses, ‘Coming Up For Air’ throbs with Bjork’s Post-era angst, while ‘Miles Away’ has the strident menace of late-90s Massive Attack.” Loud & Quiet – 7/10
“ From Weatherhouse‘s first electronic pulse it’s clear Selway’s skills have grown since his debut solo album… The perspective he brings to writing adult rock music is both fresh and contemplatively knowing. ” Q
“ Expansive and eclectic… Convincing evidence of a singular voice being belatedly found. ” MOJO
“Weatherhouse is confident and colourful… Each track offers a unique character of its own, from the echoing vocals and dramatic stealth of ‘Coming Up For Air’ to the Lennon-esque piano of ‘It Will End In Tears’.” Prog