'Liminalondon' is a "psychogeographical" tour of the city, featuring ten instrumental tracks that interweave “found-sounds” with ambient and left-field electronica, acoustic and electronic beats and contemporary classical minimalism. The field recordings and conversations on the album were captured spontaneously in a variety of London locations, including The National Portrait Gallery, Hampstead Heath Ponds, Curzon Soho Café, The London Underground, along the banks of the Thames, The O2- not to mention several of London's finest pubs and bars- with the music being largely written on a laptop and MIDI keyboard at the Southbank Centre before being recorded and mixed at The Shed, my studio in Archway in North London.

On the album I play acoustic and electric pianos, flute, acoustic and electric guitars, synths, electric bass and all the programming on the album; bassist Al Twist makes a guest appearance on the Soho-based track ‘Return of the Unreliable Narrator’.
You can hear the album on www.daiwattsmusic.com and it's released on iTunes and CD on July 14 2014.