Following his debut Fading Love, George FitzGerald returns with his second album, All That Must Be. A mesmeric and transportive collection of songs that firmly establishes him as a preeminent figure in the electronic music world and a rare example of a musician capable of making the transition from club producer to album artist. Through All That Must Be, Fitzgerald alters his creative process, focusing more heavily on the piano as opposed to the computer and combining the electronic drums of previous album Fading Love with live percussion recorded in the studio.
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Hypersensorial and intricate...a kaleidoscope of soundscapes and landscapes, each beat and each atmosphere meticulously crafted to display a wide range of human emotions and moods. 'Persona' can at times be described as a museum of human feelings, where each track, from the more intense 'I Think So' 'Persona' and 'Sun's Abandon' to the more introvert 'Unfolding', 'Dreamer's Wake' 'Untravel' all appear as harmonic tiles within a grander opus, focused even in its sparseness. Stéfan Németh