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Melbourne-based songwriter/producer Nick Murphy (a.k.a. Chet Faker) established himself as one of the most alluring voices in electro-soul through a series of sultry singles and collaborations. Built on Glass, his debut full-length, is an affecting, blues-inflected rumination on love, loss, desire and emotional desolation. Set to spare beats, hypnotic samples and vintage synths, Murphy’s yearning melodies are strung together on slow-burning tracks like “Talk Is Cheap”, “Gold” and “Blush”. Even when the tempos are taken up a bit—as on “Cigarettes & Loneliness” or “Melt” (which features a guest verse by experimental American rapper/singer Kilo Kish)—the album keeps its dusky ambience. With influences that are wide-ranging and intricately woven—the crackling hi-hat of vintage Portishead, the multi-tracked harmony from Bon Iver, the smoldering R&B-inflected organ lines and guitar leads—Built on Glass is an imaginative, soulful delight.

Customer Reviews

This is going to be amazing

If the rest of this album is as strong as the two singles we have already heard from it, then this will easily be the number one album for 2014!
Looking forward to it!


It's his style and passion that makes it different and greater than everything else

Cannot Wait!!!

Nothing compares to chet faker 👌


Born: 23 June 1988 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Growing up on his dad's chillout compilations along with vocal albums from the jazz great Chet Baker, Australian electronica artist Nick Murphy combined the two and took the name Chet Faker when he launched his career with a downtempo cover of Blackstreet's "No Diggity." Looking to avoid any confusion with the Australian singer of the same name, Murphy dubbed himself Chet Faker when he made "No Diggity" his first upload to the Internet in 2011. After the song became a viral hit, Faker released his...
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