PhD researcher @ The University Of Sheffield
Recently I rediscovered a 4-tracks album I purchased last year.
I used to listen to it on repeat, and this does not happen that often.
Naomi is the name of the band, as well as the album.
Their album on Spotify.
A review by Bandwagon:
“Found this little gem of an EP on /r/postrock a few weeks ago and we seriously have not stopped listening to it. This little UK band won us over as soon as we heard the delicate synth melodies in the second track ‘Mirrors’. In fact, the incorporation of deep resonating keys into the build is what makes Naomi such a pleasure to listen to. Extremely catchy and well produced, it’s a solid post-rock release filled with dynamic rhythm, rich tones and intelligent songwriting that shines from start to finish. If you love the chilled out math-rock vibes of Toe and 3nd, you’ll be addicted to this EP in no time at all. We expect great things from this band.”
Here is the third track of the album, “Footsteps”:Back to all posts
My name is Alvin and I am an Italian born learner.
I am interested in a broad variety of topics.
I am currently working on a multi-perspective topic called Neuroeconomics. It involves studying human behaviour in uncertain situations from different points of view. Psychological, Economic and Neuroscientific.
I cannot live without music. It is impossible to give a comprehensive list of genres therefore I will point you to my last.fm tagcloud.
I read a lot, mostly scientific papers, but I don’t dislike a good novel once in a while.
I love movies. I have a discrete collection (~140 titles), but I am always looking for new – or old – pearls to add.
I enjoy football, a lot. The company, the competition, learning tricks, using tricks, the passion, the commitment, the hits taken, the hits given, the victories, the defeats.
I had many teachers in my life. Some were in school, in university. Others were somewhere else, along my path. Some are still there and some are not anymore. Some are yet to be met. To all of them I say thank you.