July 9 street date. An album over five years in the making, Welsh producer Lewis Roberts aka Koreless announces his much-anticipated debut album "Agor". "Agor" is the Welsh word for open and it's an apt name for a recording which exists at sensory thresholds, helping guide the listener from one realm to another less visited. It straddles various worlds of dance, ambient and contemporary classical while not sounding like an example of any of them. After a series of startling early releases, including his debut EP - "4D" - in 2011, Koreless started working with the London based label Young, releasing collaborative work with Sampha and the game-changing ‘Yugen’ EP later that year, not to mention 18 months on and off working with FKA twigs on the critically acclaimed "Magdalene" album. Eventually he turned his attention to his debut album, which has, admittedly, taken much longer to finish than anyone had envisaged. "Agor" is unlike any other record you'll hear. It straddles the worlds of ambient and contemporary classical while not sounding like an example of either.