Pinch returns with Reality Tunnels, his first solo album in 13 years

Pinch is back with his first solo album in 13 years.

Rob Ellis will release Reality Tunnels on June 19th on Bandcamp (with the double-vinyl package and other digital versions out the 26th) via his label Tectonic Recordings.

On the ten-track, LP, the Bristol artist takes inspiration from his time working with Adrian Sherwood and Robert Anton Wilson’s 1983 book Prometheus Rising: “In essence, the concept of a reality tunnel relates to an idea on how we create our own perspective—the subjective filter that we each apply to the world around us,” Pinch says.

Pinch’s last solo album was 2007’s Underwater Dancehall, and his latest solo EP was Border Control on Berceuse Heroique last year. His more recent work mostly centers on collaborations, such as ones with Kahn and Killa P (who also features on Reality Tunnels track “Party”), Peverelist, Mumdance, Trim and Sherwood.

Listen to “Accelerated Culture.”

01. Entangled Particles ft. Emika

02. All Man Got feat. Trim

03. Accelerated Culture

04. Returnity

05. Making Space

06. Party feat. Killa P

07. Back To Beyond

08. Change Is A Must feat. Inezi

09. Non-Terrestrial Forms

10. The Last One feat. Nive & The Deer Children

11. What Are We Waiting For feat. Trim (Digital Bonus Track)

Photo credit: Alex Digard

Tectonic Recordings will release Reality Tunnels on June 19th via Bandcamp, June 26th everywhere.