Murcof: 'Cosmos'

'Occasionally brilliant ear food for when you’re just drifting off'

He’ll never trouble NME headline writers, but Mexican Fernando ‘Murcof’ Corona is a singular, near-inestimable talent. His music sounds like the work of an undiscovered avant-garde minimalist composer. On this – his third album – he uses his laptop to make mood-laden noisescapes. Occasionally brilliant ear food for when you’re just drifting off.

6 / 10

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