Eric Chenaux is a true post-modern troubadour, with a body of solo work documented across five albums released on the Constellation label since 2006, centering around Chenaux's dextrous, fried guitar playing juxtaposed with a gorgeously clear and lyrical singing voice. An ingenious recombinant use of traditional folk and consort music tropes in earlier albums has over time evolved into a wholly original form of balladry, shot through with a singular vernacular of improvised electric and nylon-string guitar excursions.
Dean McPhee is a West Yorkshire based solo electric guitarist who plays a Fender Telecaster through a valve amp and effects pedals. Dean is a self-taught guitarist and has developed a unique style of playing over years of improvisation and experimentation. His influences include British Folk, Dub, Krautrock, Post Rock, Moroccan Trance and Modal Jazz.
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