Boothroyd (a.k.a. Peter Boothroyd) hails from sunny North Manchester but has now defected to London. His music is a slyly ambiguous, marishly-warped mesh of lo-fi samples strung together with a deceptively grand plan. His debut EP "Idle Hours" was released in September 2014 on Tri Angle . Like the mutant, half-finished offspring of Coil and Lars Holdhus, it occupies a uniquely detached space in the peripheries of modern composition, vaporwave and ambient pop, scuttling between heart-racing peaks and petrified electronica like some fractal distillation of darkweb's babylonian data flux and the stark numbness of suburban English life summed up by J.G. Ballard.