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Nerve Echo / Pox World Empire
Haunting, dreamy songs of love, loss, drugs and death with a lowland Scottish edge from a gay, schizophrenic recluse.
Seedhill Folk Songs cd available at www.poxworldempire.org
K-Hole, RUINS, and Granite Fists cd/download at www.nerveecho.com
Seedhill Folk Songs at www.poxworldempire.org
K-Hole, Ruins and Granite Fists at www.nerveecho.com
"My favorite queer celtic dreamer. His music transports me to a sad beautiful and haunted realm."
"The songs get into a groove and go with it, letting guitar waves build and build. Very interesting and quite the strange application of shoegaze..."
"This is good stuff. Seedhill Bruiser layers his folk music in shards of ethereal fuzz. In 'The Gay Highwayman' he might have his first pop hit, lets hope."
"One day, when the rest of the universe catches up with him, Seedhill Bruiser will be widely honored for his musical and lyrical brilliance."
"Like the Cocteau Twins hit over the head by a gay sailor on ketamine."
“Ethereal, floating music from a 41-year-old, gay, Scottish, schizophrenic recluse. Bleak and beautiful...mesmerising....”
“Beautiful, haunting, and slightly disturbing shoegaze indie-folk. I bloody love him.”
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