No Life by A.R. Pinewood (Lost Map Records)

Some strange things have been happening during the coronavirus lockdown, not least the birth of a new artist.  The cyber country cowboy…. A.R. Pinewood.

The debut release from mysterious cowboy A.R. Pinewood is a collection of 10 tracks that with their beats and auto tuning are more lo-fi electro pop than country, but there is definitely an American vibe to the album.  It’s a bizarre, fun and wonderful.

We are told that A.R. Pinewood hails from deep in a Coloradoan canyon and precision-programmed in Scotland and fully loaded with a baseline encyclopaedia of American musical influences from Abner Jay to Woody Guthrie and Buckweat Zydeco.  In truth… SPOILER ALERT… A.R. Pinewood is the alter ego of Randolph’s Leap, Adam Ross.

No Life is available now on 12” vinyl and via digital services from Lost Map Records.

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