Tony Volker is a South London songwriter whose music is an unique blend of indie-folk, trip-hop and electronica. Volker's songs are produced using a mix of classic audio recording and subtle, sparse electronics. Volker delivers vivid imagery courtesy of both experimental, textured sounds and symbolic lyrics delivered with emotion and character.
His latest full-length release, Where the Light Gets In, described by Higher Plain Music as "kaleidoscopic" and "unique and engaging" draws on Indian ragas, psychedelia, folk, hip hop, pop, grunge and indie to create a textured and cinematic listening experience. Lyrically the album attempts to offer a positive and optimistic perspective on contemporary anxieties and traumas on both a personal and social level.
Tony has successfully crowd funded the vinyl for two of his releases; Break & Reshape (2015) and Where the Light Gets In (2019), the former containing the single 'Kingdom of the Beats' which was described by NME as 'beguiling' and was played on BBC 6 Music and Dave Rowntree from Blur on his Xfm radio show.