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.
“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