Quirky bunch of friends who play all sorts: psychedelia, lo-fi synthpop, bedsit folk, library music, cut-ups etc etc... All of us write, sing and swap instruments. It's a proper cottage industry, all recorded and released from home. Unifying lyrical themes include unsparingly honest self-deprecation, left-wing politics, love of the nervous outsider, and bodily fluids, with a fair dose of whimsy and surrealism. Andy mostly plays acoustic guitar, bass, 80s keyboards, and programs using Jeskola Buzz. Robert mostly whacks the drums and chimes, plays keys or wild lead guitar. Luke mostly plays electric guitar, mellifluous flute or lapsteel. Caroline toots and honks on clarinets and recorders. Keshcologists like hugs, trees and cups of tea. Keshco release an EP every few months. There are also comedy films on YouTube, and our own zine, "Beware!".
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It's very exciting to see all the varied uses filmmakers have made of our tunes so far. Keep them coming!