HEYME – Moving On (JF069)


HEYME – Moving On 
KIss My Jazz legend Heyme Langbroek releases the follow up to acclaimed solo album ‘Songs From The Attic’
200 pcs limited edition.
If you order from the EU as single item, or with other Heyme releases vinyl will be shipped from Prague, so no Brexit hassles!
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Moving on is Heyme’s 4th Solo release since the release of his first song-oriented album Noise From The Attic.
Those who are acquainted with the Antwerp music scene around 2000 will remember Heyme from the  Antwerp cult bands: Kiss My Jazz, I H8 Camera and Lionell Horrowitz & His Combo.
Moving On is meant as the follow-up from Noise From The Attic, as this is again song oriented, containing songs written since 2019. Moving On has been mostly created in Heyme’s home studio, where he built further on topics apparent in his first release, Love, Fear and Loss.
There is a definite distinction made in side A and B, where side A is reserved for slower jazzy songs, and the B side is reserved for more uptempo rockers.
For the artwork on the cover local Prague artist Asuda Alkaya stepped in to capture the mood.

“Another Day Gone is another good example of DIY from Heyme. For us the combination of parlando-like vocals, which remind us of Lou Reed,  the erotic and bluesy sax and woolly guitar sound is formed into a coherent end-result. We are already looking forward to the new release!” – Luminous Dash
“Snozzled oozing Roxy Music and Hansa Studio Bowie saxophone, forlorn northern European melodies and chugging guitar. Within those perimeters the moody attic troubadour of alternative lo fi brooding pop does a Sparks, on ‘Klara’, evokes 70s era Floyd, on the mentally fatiguing ‘Paranoid’, adopts Blixa Bargeld’s tonsils and trans-European malady, on ‘Where She Goes (She Goes)’, and channels Eno’s ‘Another Green World’, on the far from discordant row, ‘Noisz’. Fans of the solo work of the former dEUS guitar triumvirate of Rudy Trouve, Mauro Pawlowski and Craig Ward will find a fourth such inspired maverick to add to the list.” – Monolith Cocktail


“Mash up of Post Rock and Jazz (with a bit of early Eno in the mix). A work of genius” – Thee Psychedelicatessen

“Will appeal to those looking for the new, the different, the non-conformist.” – Dancing About Architecture

‘as if David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed melted into a single entity’ … Luminous Dash

IN DEPTH interview with Luminous Dash

comparisons to Leonard Cohen, Scott Walker, ENO, Bowie and Ronson and Jello Biafra – Cheers Monolith Cocktail


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