An evening of modern classical music // July 16, 2016, London // Live: Lucy Claire, Olan Mill, Marco Caricola, JP Hartnett, Matt Stewart -Evans, DJ: Library Tapes // http://www.last.fm/sv/event/4225986+An+evening+of+modern+classical+music+-+London
I don't think this record is an attempt to redefine his sound, or explore more abstract musical elements. I think he was trying to attempt to record the essential inertia that comes from the thought process during writing music and or the influence that derives the pieces. He said that, "I've Tried" came from him just beat boxing around his house. That's it! We all do this. We all have these melodies we hear day bay day or stories that ignite our compositional clockwork, but we never utilize them, because it tends to be random jumbled mess. Peter sought to bring them to life. I think this album is his most intimate work to date. He's really trying to complete his musical identity. We are all just lucky to see where it evolves to next.
'In what seems initially to be an album of a singular, almost perversely personal nature, it turns out that the most insightful moments come as part of a dialogue.' These Walls of Mine (album) review: http://trebuchet-magazine.com/index.php/site/article/peter_broderick_these_walls_of_mine/