Leo Abrahams (b. 1977) studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music before embarking on a career as a guitarist, arranger and producer. He has enjoyed long-standing associations with Brian Eno (appearing on several albums), Ed Harcourt with whom he has toured and recorded for 6 years, and film composer David Holmes (Oceans12 and the award-winning Code 46). He has also collaborated with artists as diverse as Rachid Taha, Paul Simon, Nik Kershaw, Grace Jones, Nick Cave and Imogen Heap among many others.
2005 saw the release of Leo’s debut album "Honeytrap" on the independent UK label Just Music. A collection of evocative, cinematic instrumentals blending folk, ambient and ethnic influences, the record was critically acclaimed and interest continues to grow, aided by innovative live shows and tracks being licensed to film and TV.
In 2006 he released the follow-up album, "Scene Memory" on Bip Hop
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