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Carcassette

Carcassette

Carcassette is not music to relax to. It doesn’t fall easily into any category since it cross-pollenates electronica with styles normally associated with ‘real’ instruments- rock, soul, funk- even country music. The aim is always to create something fresh and challenging to the listener, employing a writing technique which is closer to the linear approach […]

seacon

seacon

Seacon’s music, pastoral beauty from the middlelands uk. Nick Drake broken earth meets David Sylvian beehive from one of Britain’s freak folk lost sons. Seacon is a downbeat 70s jazzy druggy acoustic scenario with homage to Seacon’s Birmingham UK past. Times drinking in county pubs in Henly in Arden next to Nick Drake’s Warwickshire spells […]