George FitzGerald

All That Must Be


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A sophomore album of exploration, fusion, and unity, George FitzGerald's All That Must Be is one of the surprises of the year to date. A beautifully balanced harmony of the influences that he has tapped into in Berlin (his home for the last decade or so) and his newfound home environment of London come together to produce a series of club-worthy tracks that you can enjoy just as much when not intoxicated and sweaty at three o'clock in the morning.

Whilst there were hints at this talent on his debut release, 2015's Fading Love, that particular record sold him short and felt like a tentative toe dip into the pool of electronic music. All That Must Be, by comparison, is a headfirst dive, created by an artist at true comfort with his talent and his uniqueness. Collaborations with Bonobo and Tracey Thorn line this thing with a yesteryear nostalgia that only adds to the infectious nature of the beats and exceptional production work that makes these melodies and the instrumentation used to produce them pop and spark in a way that most can only dream of. A truly wonderful album, created by an artist firmly in the ascendency. (

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