The link between the classic Canterbury Scene of the '70s and the D.I.Y. psychedelic pop scene of the '90s is Todd Dillingham - a one-of-a-kind artist. Equally capable of writing concise, catchy little pop songs, twisted psychedelic explorations, and sprawling prog rock improvisations. This North London resident is like a one-man combination of XTC, Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians, and the Bevis Frond.
Remarkably, for a one-man band who plays almost all of the instruments on his records, Dillingham… read more
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