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Album Review

The foreboding title of this disc is a bit deceptive. While Scott's minimalist pieces can often be moody, they aren't the horror movie soundtrack you might expect. Instead, you get some truly inventive instrumental pieces that sound like aural snapshots of a quirky otherworld. The work here has all the best qualities of work by Brian Eno, Peter Noone, and Michael Brook, with a grittier atmosphere that sets it apart.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and visual artist Robert Scott has been a staple in the New Zealand alternative rock scene since the 1980s, holding down bass, guitar, and songwriting duties for jangle pop legends the Clean and later the Bats. In the '90s he led the folk-pop outfit Magick Heads and contributed both music and cover art for a host of other regional acts. He released his debut, largely instrumental solo album, The Creeping Unknown, in 2001 on the Flying Nun label, followed...
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