Released on Fat Cat Records, Brighton electronic maestro Knightstown’s debut album was one of our favourite records of the year. A brilliant slice of melancholic electronica in the vein of James Blake and Sampha, that referenced everything from classical music to literary classics, it was an absolute joy from start to finish. Now, the Brighton artist is back with a three-track EP.
Called Disparity, it’s described as a “mellow epilogue” to Knightstown and it certainly continues the same musical themes. Title track ‘Disparity’, in particular, is a beautiful number that will be familiar to those that have witnessed Knightstown’s excellent live performances. Another fantastic release from the artist, we simply can’t get enough of the Brightonian.