Unashamedly eclectic, Smokehand’s sound exploits jazz, Latino, classical and pop influences to create a post-modern Film Noir soundtrack that is one minute sinister and the next Sinatra.

Dark, brooding and as a whole breathtaking, this is the voice of the real musical underground calling up from a Parisian cellar bar or seedy, city tenement block.

Edited by Codmate on 17 Mar 2006, 21:57

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