A kind of biog...
Nu-wave, pro-biotic, anti-sleb, semi-glam, true-folk, ultra-blah, pro-noise, anti-smug-scenester, pro-melody, hi-fi, stray-dog, bad hair, usually over-dressed, over-excited, trans-genre, proud pop-fan, non-major, non-’new music’, supernatural, digital, fashion-killer, thick-skinned/fat headed, multicoloured, sacrilegious exploded ego, post-post, sacred cow, uber-zuber zeit-shite, painfully aware of my own ridiculousness...
I write songs and sing them.
"Brilliant musician and a revolutionary at heart..." Radio Mernet, Brighton.
"A happy marriage of early Bowie-esque influences and modern day indie-rock. Recommended."
CD of the month: What's Happening, Brighton.
"Superb songs that draw on the best of the indie-rock tradition, whilst imprinting a unique personality of their own."
Most Rated, London.
“A singer songwriter whose ranks expand for live shows, Kit self-describes as a 'semi-glam proud pop fan'. He certainly has a canny ear for a pleasing refrain that's unafraid to venture into comic darkness ('I Killed My Twin' for example) and isn't shy about tinges of folk pushing to the surface. But the glam claim rang very true with us, especially faced with the We Could Be Bowie tribute night he put on last month – lot's of this has a 'Ziggy Stardust'/ 'Hunky Dory' vibe about it that chimes in very pleasantly.”
Source Magazine, Brighton.