Tom Misch’s debut album firms his status as a musical innovator

Written by frtyfve Team

Tom Misch continues to forge connections and styles on his debut album Geography. 

Having collaborated with the likes of Zak Abel, Jordan Rakei and Loyle Carner,Tom Misch has always worked hard to combine styles and connections within his music. His debut album ‘Geography’ is no exception.

Fusing a smooth jazz sound with new wave hip-hop beats, featuring De La Soul, Poppy Adjudha, Loyle Carner and GoldLink, the record is finely tuned, but offers a myriad of elements which clash exceptionally.

‘Lost In Paris’, featuring American rapper GoldLink, is the perfect example of Misch’s craftsmanship. Jazzy tones make the track about a lost hard-drive warm and funky, at times it comes too close to mood music. But with a verse from GoldLink, a stunning sax solo and winding guitar melodies layered in, it has an unavoidable groove which firms Misch as an fast-rising musical innovator.

Following the release of ‘Geography’, Tom Misch’s playlist following has grown to over 3.2m. With features on various New Music Friday playlists and Ministry of Sound’s Sunday Chill, we expect his album to enjoy even more success in the coming months ahead of his UK headline tour (TalentAI).

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