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Album Review

Stuart Moxham, the main man behind cult favorites Young Marble Giants and the Gist, returned after a decade of silence with Signal Path, a collection of recordings made with a full band during the intervening years. Listeners might expect a masterpiece given the amount of time between projects, but Signal Path is merely good, and much more conventional than Moxham's previous efforts. Hewing to a generic folk-rock sound for the most part, but occasionally recalling the Gist's singles, Signal Path is pleasant but unspectacular. Highlights include "Knives Always Fall" (a duet with his former YMG confederate Alison Statton) and the jaunty "No One Road."


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

The main songwriter in the minimalist electro-pop group Young Marble Giants, Stuart Moxham also played in the Gist before beginning a solo career in the 1990s. His records are fairly different from the ones he made with Young Marble Giants, both because they feature his vocals (Alison Statton sang with YMG), and because of their far more fleshed-out,...
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