AN ISLE of Wight musician has released not one, but three new albums in the past month.

Gloribinas Tract Muzak, an album equal parts abstract, cheese and chill-out, was released two years ago, with composer, pianist and editor BB Bango — aka Tim Bristow — belatedly inspired to release a splurge of sequels.

The second Gloribinas album, which includes 26 songs, was released on April 19 and is available on more than 20 audio streaming websites including Spotify, Amazon, YouTube and Apple Music.

Just four days later, on April 23, a third album in the series was released, with the fourth launched on April 30.

"The songs are fantastic," says Tim, who has been making making music for the past 35 years.

"I love every single one, they should all be massive hits but unfortunately I’m the only one who thinks so!"

Despite the self-deprecating nature of the artist, the albums provide a smorgasbord of eccentric soundscapes blended with musical interludes and jarring effects

What they lack in commercial affability they compensate for in originality — this is no Ed Sheeran Carpool Karaoke.

All of the new songs can be found online by searching for 'Gloribinas', and can be purchased on CD by visiting Tim at Clay Clay.