Alex Ohm is an artist that continues to embody and portray what an amazing array of music can sound like through his impressive song writing and ability to portray emotion. With a beautiful blending of classical tones that seamlessly enrich the back catalogue of the artist.
However, it is this array of music that caught our attention quite substantially after being introduced to Alex through his appearance at this year’s Isle of Wight Festival. Appearing on the outside as being humbled for all of the opportunities that present themselves, it might be this very ability to remain grounded that allows Alex the freedom to explore ideas that feel niche and unique to very few who are emerging at this current moment.
The release of “Fractures (Little Wonder)” feels orchestral, it feels big, spacious and fulfilling. It’s a release that feels like an accumulation of the experience, dedication and hard work that Alex affords to his craft.
There’s such a unique feeling to “Fractures (Little Wonder)” that you’ll place this easily amongst your summer playlist as it sweeps over you like a breath of fresh air. It doesn’t disappoint, it doesn’t pretend to be something that it isn’t. It’s pure, it’s true to itself and it’s creator and is a wonderful reflection and glimpse into the beginnings of something formidable going forward for Alex Ohm.