Nathan Hall – Effigies

Monday, 13 November 2017, 19:07 | Category : Interview
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As he releases his first solo album, Nathan Hall of cult psychedelic heroes The Soft Hearted Scientists, talks to Jason Barnard about new long player Effigies. http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/articles/nathan-hall-effigies/

Strange Brew Sounds for mid-2016

Reviews by Jason Barnard There’s a dizzying array of new music being released so here’s the best from a range of Strange Brew genres. Psych Octopus Syng venture further into psychedelia with their marvellous album ‘Hollow Ghost/Rochelle Salt’. Arguably a little more experimental and Floydian in places than some of their earlier releases, it’s all the better […]

Soft Hearted Scientists – Uncanny Tales From The Everyday Undergrowth

Monday, 25 January 2016, 20:29 | Category : Reviews
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Review by Jason Barnard A band as marvellous as The Soft Hearted Scientists should be indie superstars. Their low-fi lysergic acoustic approach came first to fruition with their superb début ‘Uncanny Tales From The Everyday Undergrowth’, now re-released after its 10 year anniversary. That album, a collection of EPs, gained universal praise on its release. Receiving a […]

Nathan Hall – Soft Hearted Scientists

Monday, 8 April 2013, 17:39 | Category : Interview
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Welsh group Soft Hearted Scientists are one of the most innovative, talented bunch of musicians around. Their refreshing take on psychedelia combines modern life with Syd Barrett plus a myriad of other influences. Their infectious song-writing has gained critical praise from a who’s who of the music press including the NME, Q, Independent and Uncut.  As they […]