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Boomkat Product Review:
The only artist to join the dots between NWW and breakbeat hardcore jungle, Robert Haigh (Omni Trio) settles back into the piano stool for a sublime 3rd and final part of his trilogy for Unseen Worlds.
Following in the tranquil vein of ‘Creatures of the Deep’ (2017) and ‘Black Sarabande’ (2020), Robert High returns to his earliest form of musical expression with a gently fleeting, wintry collection of arrangements for chamber orchestration. Led by light-fingered keys but also flocked with strings and electronics, his ‘Human Remains’ take shape as a dozen concise parts flush with melody and set in cinematic lighting to bring an elegiac sense of closure to his current cycle.
From the Satie-esque decoration of his opening statement ‘Beginner’s Mind’ to the far-away gaze of his decaying key and buoyant strings with ‘On Terminus Hill’, he transmutes one of his own paintings, also titled ‘Human Remains’ into a sort of musical metaphor for the times, one that could be interpreted as finding strength in fragility, or simply as a calm companion in an era of all too common psychic distress.