There is not a hint of imposture in the music of the British Nick Mulvey nor in that of the Belgian-Egyptian Tamino. They are two genuine, free-flying voices. Of those that make use of singular textures. Of those that seduce without the need for fuss. Two similar ways of approaching pop writing from the reinvention of folk.
Tamino was soon described as the Belgian Jeff Buckley. And it is logical, because the deep spirituality evoked by his vocal timbre makes him one of those unique artists that only emerge from time to time. Of Egyptian descent, although born near Antwerp, Tamino has recently carved a niche for himself at festivals like Rock Werchter, Pukkelpop, Sziget or South By Southwest, thanks to the songs of two albums as solid and convincing as Amir (2018) and Sahar (2022).
A lot has changed since the British Nick Mulvey became known as the percussionist of Portico Quartet, the London band that fused ambient, jazz, electronica and minimalism in an indefinable mix. In 2011 he left them to focus on his solo career, and it paid off. Because his three albums, especially the most recent, New Mythology (2022), validate a seductive pop of evanescent textures that looks in the mirror of Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, Tom Waits, Brian Eno or the African guitarist Kawele, and manages to sound like practically no one else.
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