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Fantasy Belt is a must in your collection!

This is the second release in quick succession for Kevin Cormack on Spillage Fete Records. Fantasy Belt, this time created under his conventional nom-de-plume Half Cousin, is a sublime follow up to his 2011 hallucinogenic masterpiece, Harry Deerness. Fantasy Belt channels CAN into the economy of early Wire, sieved through Half Cousin's distinctive junk aesthetic. Cormack keeps his eclectic influences on a tight folky rein - the songs fevered yet lean, multi-layered yet simple, other-worldly, yet firmly rooted in the every-day and the mundane. As is evident in the previous Half Cousin releases, there is an obsessive, almost voyeuristic interest in places and people - the songs here evoke a mis-en-scene at the shadiest fringes of society.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Kevin Cormack and Jimmy Hogarth’s initial attempts at music-making were apparently intended to circumvent the over-bearing impact that bands such as Deep Purple, Rainbow and Iron Maiden had had on their fellow inhabitants of the Orkneys Islands in Scotland. Rather, the duo (subsequently augmented by two members of Joe Strummer’s Mescelaros, for live happenings) forged ‘short melodic songs from junk’, decorating guitar and piano parts with recycled and discarded objects and instruments, an inventory...
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Fantasy Belt, Half Cousin
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  • £5.53
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 07 March 2012

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