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Album Review

Beauty Nowhere is a proper blend of the trademark sounds of each artist involved; while Locust's Mark Van Hoen constructs noise-scapes of twisting, cavernous percussion, Seefeel members Peacock, Fletcher and Seymour work on processing their respective instruments for maximum reverb and delay. Though each track is interesting (at least from a production standpoint), the only track that truly comes together on Beauty Nowhere is the finale, the disco-in-a-ring-modulator cover of Blondie's "Heart of Glass."


Formed: 1995 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Initially a one-off project involving most of Seefeel plus Mark Van Hoen (aka Locust), Scala gradually took on the feel of a major operation with the apparent dissolution of Seefeel during 1997. At the outset, the group involved vocalist Sarah Peacock, percussionist Justin Fletcher, and bassist Daren Seymour of Seefeel with Van Hoen in the producer's chair. Scala released an EP and a full-length album during 1996-1997 while Mark Clifford -- Seefeel's nominal frontman and the only member not involved...
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