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About Neil Halstead

While Neil Halstead's Mojave 3 have written and recorded some amazingly beautiful songs, there are places in his musical mind that Mojave 3 may not be able to travel to. But on his solo debut, Sleeping On Roads, Halstead dives into Nick Drake influences and instrumentation never previously used by Mojave 3, including Moogs and other digital sounding synthesizers. The songs are demure and love-starved and even a bit dramatic at times, but it's refreshing to hear Halstead sound more like an Englishman in England, rather than an Englishman in the California desert.

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Listen toNeil Halsteadon Napster

While Neil Halstead's Mojave 3 have written and recorded some amazingly beautiful songs, there are places in his musical mind that Mojave 3 may not be able to travel to. But on his solo debut, Sleeping On Roads, Halstead dives into Nick Drake influences and instrumentation never previously used by Mojave 3, including Moogs and other digital sounding synthesizers. The songs are demure and love-starved and even a bit dramatic at times, but it's refreshing to hear Halstead sound more like an Englishman in England, rather than an Englishman in the California desert.

About Neil Halstead

While Neil Halstead's Mojave 3 have written and recorded some amazingly beautiful songs, there are places in his musical mind that Mojave 3 may not be able to travel to. But on his solo debut, Sleeping On Roads, Halstead dives into Nick Drake influences and instrumentation never previously used by Mojave 3, including Moogs and other digital sounding synthesizers. The songs are demure and love-starved and even a bit dramatic at times, but it's refreshing to hear Halstead sound more like an Englishman in England, rather than an Englishman in the California desert.

About Neil Halstead

While Neil Halstead's Mojave 3 have written and recorded some amazingly beautiful songs, there are places in his musical mind that Mojave 3 may not be able to travel to. But on his solo debut, Sleeping On Roads, Halstead dives into Nick Drake influences and instrumentation never previously used by Mojave 3, including Moogs and other digital sounding synthesizers. The songs are demure and love-starved and even a bit dramatic at times, but it's refreshing to hear Halstead sound more like an Englishman in England, rather than an Englishman in the California desert.