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Boomkat Product Review:
The former Van Der Graaf Generator mainman suffered a heart-attack the day after completing his previous solo album, Incoherence. Since then he's taken part in his former band's reunion, but this return to solo work sees the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist penning some pretty dark stuff, with much of the lyrical content dedicated to self-reflection or referencing mortality. Singularity, while resolutely the work of a lone writer and performer, isn't your regular singer-songwriter affair, with a vast range of instruments and sound materials at work, Hammill's ambition is clearly very high for this record. At times, when Hammill's stately voice is highest in the mix, Singularity is reminiscent of David Sylvian's solo work, although Hammill's music tends to be less abstract than that, taking on a more structured, if progressive approach to writing.