Leo Matthew Abrahams (born 1977 in Camden, London) is an English musician, composer, and producer. He has collaborated with a multitude of professional musicians, including Brian Eno, Imogen Heap, Jarvis Cocker, Carl Barât, and Paul Simon. After attending the Royal Academy of Music in England, he started his musical career by touring as lead guitarist with Imogen Heap. Starting in 2005 he has released five solo albums, largely in an ambient style involving complex arrangements and a pioneering use of guitar-generated textures. He's also co-written or arranged a variety of film soundtracks, including Peter Jackson's 2009 release The Lovely Bones and Steve McQueen's Hunger.
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Zero Sum 2013
Reviewed by Wyndham Wallace
Prized session guitarist teases with six tracks of graceful simplicity.
The Unrest Cure 2008
Reviewed by Guy Hayden
A well-played, well-written exercise in post-ambient, intelligent rock.
Reviewed by Peter Marsh
Debut from session guitarist and sometime Eno collaborator Abrahams...