It is a rare occurrence to stumble across a musician whose work couldn’t be described as anything
other than cinematic. But with his non-traditional approach to lyricism and music production and
with a sensually dreamy sonic aesthetic, Gwilym Gold creates soundscapes which are just that,
aural cinema. ‘Flux’, is no exception.
Driven by the steady patter of mechanical heartbeats, Gold’s chimerical score is bought to life.
Systematically building his narrative with layer upon layer of sound, before his dreamlike
soundscape ceases to continue as it reaches its abrupt climax.