Alexander Tucker is an English musician from Kent who writes, records and performs alone and in collaboration with a varied array of artists. One critic writes that "Tucker sounds like he’s following a tradition that has long been neglected, focusing not on ageless songs and ideas but on ageless feelings captured through his droning miasma of acoustic guitar and mandolin.
Noel Meek is an improvising electronic musician from Wellington, New Zealand. His solo work has been described as sheer joy. unexpectedly bottled in analogue gizmo rituals. The Wire), chaotically playful noise music, (The Quietus) and pretty whacked, by Byron Coley. A trained ethnomusicologist, Meek contributes regularly to The Wire and other underground publications, focussing on experimental music from far flung.
We Contain Multitudes. Living In The Time Of The Golden Circle. 6 tracks · 22 September 2015. The Mysteries of Extremophilic Folk. 5 tracks · 14 May 2016. 2 tracks · 23 February 2015.
Neil Campbell (born 19 May 1966) is a British musician, notable for his vast catalogue and his many collaborations. In 2005, The Wire declared that he, Richard Youngs and Matthew Bower had "provided the map co-ordinates for much of what passed for a post-punk UK underground during most of the 80s and 90s". Campbell was born in Scotland.
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Neil Campbell may refer to: Sir Neil Campbell, known as Niall mac Cailein (died 1316), hero of the Wars of Scottish Independence. Neil Campbell (bishop of Argyll) (died 1613), Scots bishop. Neil Campbell (bishop of the Isles) (c. 1590–1645), Scots bishop. Neill Campbell (c. 1630–1692), Scottish nobleman who became governor of New Jersey from 1686 until 1687. Sir Neil Campbell (British Army officer) (1776–1827), fought in the Napoleonic Wars
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