Neil Halstead – Live At Route du Rock Hiver – 2015 – Nights At The Roundtable: Festival Edition

Neil Halstead - occasionally referred to as an Old Soul.
Neil Halstead – occasionally referred to as an Old Soul.

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Neil Halstead – Live at Route du Rock Hiver – March 1, 2015

From the last night at Route du Rock Hiver in St. Malo France, a solo set by Neil Halstead, recorded on Sunday (March 1).

Halstead, who first came to prominence as founding and fronting member of the legendary shoegaze pioneers Slowdive in the 90s, and later forming Mojave 3 is also engaged in solo activities. With the reforming of Slowdive and reunion touring, Halstead has also maintained his solo endeavors, and this concert from the venerable and highly popular Route du Rock Winter Festival is another milestone in a career that has characterized Halstead as “one of Britain’s most respected songwriters”.

If you haven’t heard of Neil Halstead, or Slowdive – you really need to get your homework in order and check out some wonderful material. If you’re just getting familiar with Halstead’s solo work, this is a good place to start.

No need to crank it up – you just need to get alone and listen with your eyes closed.

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