Gently inventive melodicism from the producer...

Mr Cutts has been involved with some of the best British releases of the past decade.

A producer who has crossed swords with Stormzy, laid down beats with Loyle Carner, and nurtured fresh talent like Pip Millet and JGrrey, his vast experience spans genres.

Along the way, Mr Cutts has held back some more personal ideas, gathering a folder of sketches that exist on their own terms.

Now he's decided to act. Bringing those ideas together into one place, an album has been formed, finding the producer cutting old vintage samples to produce something fresh.

New cut 'I Wish It Would Rain' leads the way. Pitching, distorting, and blending those vintage ideas, what results has a character entirely of its own.

Name-checking Wes Anderson as a key influence, there's a touch of the director's cinematic innocence to Mr Cutts' work.

Check out 'I Wish It Would Rain' below.

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