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Leon Vynehall

Hidden Agenda & Selective Memory presents

LEON VYNEHALL

PEPPER CANISTER CHURCH, MOUNT ST, DUBLIN 2

 

 ⚡️SECOND NIGHT ADDED DUE TO PHENOMENAL DEMAND⚡️ 

Saturday 27th November 2021. 8pm

The Leon Vynehall show at Pepper Canister, announced last week, has now sold out; so we are adding a second date on Saturday 27th November. Leon will perform tracks from his entire catalogue including new album ‘Rare, Forever’,  released on Ninja Tunes.]

Tickets for Leon Vynehall at Pepper Canister Church cost EU20.00 plus booking fee and onsale now from www.selectivememory.ie  & Ticketbooth.

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BBC 6 Music – Album Of The Day

A vital artist”

Future Music (Album of the Month, 9/10)

“Unlimited in scope and undoubtedly Vynehall’s most ambitious yet, resulting in one of the year’s most fascinating records.”

Clash (8/10)

“Layered with cryptic clues, poetic quotes and fragmentary vocal loops, this lush electronic jazz odyssey is an unorthodox curio but consistently rewarding.”

Uncut (8/10)

“It perfectly embodies this sublime soul-searching and all-consuming record that is recommended listening for deep house fans and non-fans alike.”

Loud & Quiet (8/10)

“A genre-defying sonic canvas full of alien beauty, sensual textures and cryptic clues”

Electronic Sound

 

“A wholly euphoric listen that moves with predatory purpose”

Resident Advisor (on Mothra)

 

“Dancefloor ready slow burners to set any summer dance floor [..] off right”

The Vinyl Factory

 

“Rare, Forever synthesizes Vynehall’s instincts into a unique vision”

– Pop Matters (9/10)

“genre-defying” “rewards engaged listening”

– The Observer (4/5)

“Rare, Forever has all the hallmarks of a big, crossover dance music record, but no one’s doing it quite like this.”

– RA

“A triumph”

– Pitchfork (7.8)

“the UK producer zeroes in on what makes his productions so singular, balancing immaculate sound design with compelling club rhythms”

– Pitchfork (7.8)

“a potent showcase of his talents… Vynehall sounds more confident than ever before”

– Pitchfork (7.8)

“At its core, [Rare, Forever] is a straight-up flex, the work of an artist who has learned to distill his many influences and experiments into a coherent, singular vision”

– Pitchfork (7.8)

“The British producer’s splendid second album cements his place as one of our boldest and most fearless creatives”

– NME (4/5)

“Chameleonic talents”

– DJ Mag

“Embodying much of what we’ve missed about live shows, this is the sort of album that makes you grateful for them returning so soon.”

– Clash (8/10)

“Rare, Forever’s prevailing mood is sensuous and luxurious.”

– Mojo (8/10)

“Vynehall’s potential has always been apparent, but Rare, Forever is a truly beguiling record – equal parts poignant and hedonistic – which allows his vast array of talents to shine.”

– MusicOMH (4.5/5)

“Vynehall’s music radiates with energy and spirit”

– All Music (4*)

“A genre-defying sonic canvas full of alien beauty, sensual textures and cryptic clues”

Electronic Sound

 

Vynehall further demonstrates the flexibility of club music, and shows that he can rearrange it in any way he likes”

– Bleep – Album of The Week

‘Rare, Forever, is another beautiful example of what makes the artist so unique.”

Juno Records

“Genre-bending LP”

Rough Trade

 

“Something truly grandiose and powerful”

 Beats Per Minute

“Leon Vynehall continues to push the boundaries of house music” –

– FADER The 10 projects you should stream now.

“Built around a techno chassis and rife with pagan themes… no track sounds the same on two successive listens. There’s a whole multidimensional world here to explore.”

– Bandcamp – The Best Electronic Music on Bandcamp

“Vynehall has been making some of the most interesting electronic music of the past few years, and he continues to evolve”

– Brooklyn Vegan – Notable Releases

“another riveting world for the listener to immerse themself in”

– Magnetic Magazine

“It feels trite to take any album’s title as literal translation, but how else to describe Vynehall’s enduring presence within the industry — he is a rarity, and his music certainly has the possibility to last forever.”

– Exclaim!