Robert Farrugia

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Robert Farrugia (born 30 November, 1994) is an Ambient / Experimental / Neo-classical artist from Malta, Europe.

His work is mainly influenced on the styles of Olafur Arnalds, Stars of the Lid, Hammock, Taylor Deupree and Brian Eno. His works are based mainly on vast Soundscapes integrated with piano tracks and to a certain extent, voiceover samples.

One can see that a minimalistic approach in his music is certainly prominent, ultimately creating rather soothing and extensive soundscapes. Robert’s work is very notably ambient in style, but not exclusively; there is a distinctive Neo-classical influence on a grand scale, woven throughout his work.

Robert is also involved in other projects such as Eyes to Argus and Post Global Duo.

Robert is also part of the roster of Spanish Record Label ‘Archives’.

His previous releases were released under numerous labels, some of which include, Assembly Field, Post-Global Recordings and Zenapolae.


Discography

Mistranslation EP (March 2012)

A Summer's Sketch (November 2012)

Shape Without Form, Shade Without Colour (June 2012)

Almost There/ On The Way (August 2013)

Mist EP (September 2013)

They Glistened Sharply Through Morning Dew (February 2014)

Pawża - Stennija (September 2014)

Phosphenes (2015)

Half-Light (2015)

Tines (2016)

Slow Morning (2017)

External Links

Robert Farrugia on Bandcamp

Robert Farrugia on Soundcloud

Robert Farrugia on Facebook

Robert Farrugia on Last.fm