Album artwork for Memory Streams by Portico Quartet

Portico Quartet return with Memory Streams, their fifth studio album and one that continues the journey that first started with 2008's Mercury nominated debut Knee Deep in the North Sea. It's a creative path that has seen the band embrace new technology and explore ambient and electronic influences alongside minimalism, jazz and beyond. It is a process that has encouraged change. Each album has seen the band expand its palate or explore new trajectories. From the gentle charm of their breakthrough's inimitable mix of jazz, world and minimalist influences, to the tight-knit brilliance of Isla, the electronic infused eponymous Portico Quartet to 2016's return Art in the Age of Automation (the band's most electronic statement to date) they have never been a band to look backwards. Each record has been its own world, its own statement and offered its own meaning. It's the mark of a band that has always both stood apart from any scene and been prepared to challenge its self and find new things to say and to push the limits of what they could do.

Portico Quartet

Memory Streams

Gondwana Records
Album artwork for Memory Streams by Portico Quartet
CD

£14.99

Released 04/10/2019Catalogue Number

GONDCD034

Album artwork for Memory Streams by Portico Quartet
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 04/10/2019Catalogue Number

GONDLP034

Portico Quartet

Memory Streams

Gondwana Records
Album artwork for Memory Streams by Portico Quartet
CD

£14.99

Released 04/10/2019Catalogue Number

GONDCD034

Album artwork for Memory Streams by Portico Quartet
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 04/10/2019Catalogue Number

GONDLP034

Portico Quartet return with Memory Streams, their fifth studio album and one that continues the journey that first started with 2008's Mercury nominated debut Knee Deep in the North Sea. It's a creative path that has seen the band embrace new technology and explore ambient and electronic influences alongside minimalism, jazz and beyond. It is a process that has encouraged change. Each album has seen the band expand its palate or explore new trajectories. From the gentle charm of their breakthrough's inimitable mix of jazz, world and minimalist influences, to the tight-knit brilliance of Isla, the electronic infused eponymous Portico Quartet to 2016's return Art in the Age of Automation (the band's most electronic statement to date) they have never been a band to look backwards. Each record has been its own world, its own statement and offered its own meaning. It's the mark of a band that has always both stood apart from any scene and been prepared to challenge its self and find new things to say and to push the limits of what they could do.