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About Bob Holroyd

Bob Holroyd's musical dreamspace is inhabited by the world, quite literally. The chants of Kalahari bushmen mingle with Brazilian samba, and Asia, India and Africa meet Brian Eno in a place where form is less important than flow. And flow it does. Underlying every ethnic influence is Holroyd's sense of space and texture. The ambient focus (or lack thereof) offers some intense, trance-inducing listening that occasionally veers into shapeless sonic noodling. This Brit has several albums under his belt and is backed by world music innovators Six Degrees Records.

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Listen toBob Holroydon Rhapsody

Bob Holroyd's musical dreamspace is inhabited by the world, quite literally. The chants of Kalahari bushmen mingle with Brazilian samba, and Asia, India and Africa meet Brian Eno in a place where form is less important than flow. And flow it does. Underlying every ethnic influence is Holroyd's sense of space and texture. The ambient focus (or lack thereof) offers some intense, trance-inducing listening that occasionally veers into shapeless sonic noodling. This Brit has several albums under his belt and is backed by world music innovators Six Degrees Records.

About Bob Holroyd

Bob Holroyd's musical dreamspace is inhabited by the world, quite literally. The chants of Kalahari bushmen mingle with Brazilian samba, and Asia, India and Africa meet Brian Eno in a place where form is less important than flow. And flow it does. Underlying every ethnic influence is Holroyd's sense of space and texture. The ambient focus (or lack thereof) offers some intense, trance-inducing listening that occasionally veers into shapeless sonic noodling. This Brit has several albums under his belt and is backed by world music innovators Six Degrees Records.

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About Bob Holroyd

Bob Holroyd's musical dreamspace is inhabited by the world, quite literally. The chants of Kalahari bushmen mingle with Brazilian samba, and Asia, India and Africa meet Brian Eno in a place where form is less important than flow. And flow it does. Underlying every ethnic influence is Holroyd's sense of space and texture. The ambient focus (or lack thereof) offers some intense, trance-inducing listening that occasionally veers into shapeless sonic noodling. This Brit has several albums under his belt and is backed by world music innovators Six Degrees Records.

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