“Absolutely beautiful. Gorgeous.”

Mary Ann-Hobbs (BBC6Music)


Lauren Laverne (BBC6Music)

“Very peculiar”

Tom Ravenscroft (BBC6Music)

“A curious document… both highly inventive and emotionally engrossing.”

Clash Music

“A beautifully mournful score”


“A modern classic”

Paul Lester (The Guardian)

“You need this in your life!”

Amazing Radio

“At once mournful and hopeful”

Pigeons and Planes

“Enjoy the goosebumps!”


“an album of atmosphere and beauty, that draws in lots of things, but stands alone.”

Backseat Mafia

“The tension and anguish in Nate Connelly’s ‘Di Skyver’ is unforgiving…”

Word Is Cheap

“Connelly has put together a consistently intriguing album of alternative electronic music that rewards the patient listener while setting himself up as an artist of huge potential.”

Indie London

“Nate Connelly harbours something of a double life when it comes to producing music… yet on the chattering, cut-and-paste thump of Fire 7842, he fuses his two side’s together to blazing effect.”

Q Magazine

“flows like a Stygian river, with viscous layers of glitched sonics audible through a foggy haze of reverberation.”


“You get the feeling that Connelly’s put a lot of heart into this piece and the result is a resoundingly emotional piece of music…”

Wake The Deaf

“filled with talent and confidence… dark ambience is framed by crisp intense beats and tastefully seasoned with beautiful vocals and experimental noise.”

Trippin The Rift

“…has a classic, sumptuous, minimal feel akin to a stylish black leather armchair, which you see through a shop window and imagine being perfect in your living room, until you realise it costs twice your annual salary.”

The Monitors

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