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Music | Review: “17th Century Japanese Aviary” by Inti Rowland

London-based singer-songwriter, Inti Rowland. steps out the stage for a number of  shows in April armed with independently released EP’s that shaped his début album “17th Century Japanese Aviary”.

Recorded thirty miles from Perth, Scotland. The bare surroundings and countryside must have offered some inspiring ideas too.  Stumbling somewhere inbetween Grizzly Bear and Conor Oberst, Rowland’s guitar and vocals are like sugar in your coffee, sweet.

From songs about aviaries, to winter faces, it is quite a diverse album.  There is also an interesting comparison to be heard when you think of Laura Marling and Rowland’s own folky experimentation.

Inti will be announcing a number of tour dates soon including a special album launch showcase in London.