Desert Sand Feels Warm at Night
Among the most electrifying voices of the emergent modern electronic music scene is desert sand feels warm at night, the pseudonym of UK musician William Hallworth-Cook. Melding the holistic, layered ambience of slushwave with the melodic worldbuilding of dreampunk, desert sand’s breathtaking work transports listeners to futuristic cities, naturalistic vistas and lonely highways. Active since 2018, Desert has released over a dozen albums on several different record labels. Some of his most notable works include <i>Tomorrow 2096</i> and <i>New World Disciples</i>, both of which are available on Needlejuice Records.