“Bold and beyond brilliant, In Hz is discombobulation for the soul” Q 4*
“Neu!’s circular riffs mixed with the gauzy techno of Jon Hopkins” Uncut 8/10
“R.Seiliog presides over a subtle, imaginative record that transcends many genres” Mojo 4*
The One Album You Should Hear This Week The Guardian
“It’s a record that sits comfortably beside those contemporary leaders of the leftfield, Jon Hopkins and Daniel Avery” Mojo 4*
“Anthems for the free world” Vice 8/10
Originating from the pine coned hills of Peniel, North Wales. R.Seiliog is the alias of skewed musician/producer Robin Edwards. Following the warm analog psychedelia of 2012’s Shuffles EP, and 2013’s Doppler – a wide-eyed homage to Krautrock, prolific outsider Seiliog presents In Hz, an interconnected work of convoluted drone, pulses and Kosmische electronics that tap into woozy flashbacks of ’90s house, minimal techno and avant-garde.
Inspired by Pierre Schaeffer’s Solfège De L’Objet Sonore, alternative tunings and the alchemy of resonance. Could In Hz’s perplexing sonic tapestry be the outsider de-tuning to the primordial Om?
R.Seiliog has built a formidable reputation from live gigs across the country; he recently remixed the title track of Manic Street Preachers’ album Futurology at the band’s request. In a recent interview with the Quietus, Manics frontman James Dean Bradfield said 2013’s Doppler “really gave me inspiration when we were finishing Futurology… it’s just one of those records that I absolutely love.”
Turner Hall are working on In Hz and R.Seiliog’s UK gigs.