all hold hands and off we go

by Keith Seatman

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all hold hands and off we go is the 5th album of strange Electronics, Psych, Radiophonics, Drone and quirky Folk by Keith Seatman.
As on his previous release (A Rest Before the Walk) Keith re-unites
with North Devon Singer/Songwriter Douglas E Powell for two tracks
mr metronome and boxes with rhythms in.
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all tracks written by keith seatman
except* seatman & powell
keith seatman.
vocals and lyrics*
douglas e powell.
produced by keith seatman.
mastering by jack packer.
additional voices caitlin
layout and design by keith seatman.
additional images
sampled from ‘slush puppy’
by greg palmer
acrylic on canvas (2012)

Released by: K.S.Audio
Catalogue number: ksa 006
Release date April, 2017.

Keith Seatman has recorded sessions for The Garden of Earthly Delights radio show and has been played on BBC Radio 6 music's
The Freak Zone, Gideon Coe Show and BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, The Phantom Circuit, The Garden of Earthly Delights, Resonance FM, Radio Reverb Sound Lab & Seance Radio show and NTS Radio Alien Jams.


released April 9, 2017

Surreal retro analogue visions slide in and out of haunted fever dreams in this woozy, uniquely psychedelic, Radiophonic-flavored concoction that's suffused with ambivalent subconscious.
Carl Griffin Electronic Sound Magazine 28 (April 2017)

Strange exotica, repeated samples and a sense of quiet adventure are found on Keith Seatman‘s all hold hands and off we go.
A Closer Listen (April 2017)

An album length sonic journey into the surreal, the strange and the sinister, a psychedelic pseance populated by waking dreams, nocturnal nightmares and supernatural forbearance, a melodic map of discovered Barrett-esque continents and hitherto beyond the eye magick lands. Trippy stuff.
The Sunday Experience (Jan 2017)

Keith Seatman's science fiction landscapes explode with meekness that is undiscriminating as it is enthusiastic. Seatman is a talented sound designer, and it shines on his instrumentals.
Wire Magazine 383 (Jan 2016)

Spellbinding, Captivating, Evocative Radiophonic keyboard compositions and electronic folk. brilliant.
Carl Griffin Electronic Sound Magazine (Dec 2015)

Keith Seatman is someone whose music I first heard in the context of my old experimental music zine, ‘WonderfulWooden Reasons’ and who’s album left me craving more. His latest is an utterly glorious selection of filmic folk and ghostly electronica that is utterly mesmerising from first to last.
Wyrd Britain (Nov 2015)

Hampshire’s Keith Seatman is a name that will be familiar to many from his previous albums such as ‘Around The Folly And Down Hill’
and ‘Consistently Mediocre And Daydreams’, both modern classics of spooked electronica and shadowy synthesised vignettes.
If you have not already do take a journey through his back catalogue, there are many evocative and unsettling treasures to be found. Seatman is also known for his superb ‘Test Transmission Archive Reels', extensive mixes featuring vintage recordings, electronic and hauntological tracks and choice musical offerings.
The Active Listener (Oct 2015)

Seatman however, has a more expansive vision for his soundscapes, Seatman's versatile percussive skills add drive, and dramatic flair, with the drums and keyboard interactions being reminiscent of Mason and Wright in their Pompeii prime - hardly what you'd expect from your standard hauntological excursion.
The Active Listener (Feb 2015)

Its sci-fi meets pagan - pastoral soundscapes fits the vibe of Giles Eyre’s spooky folly. Seatman’s odd melodies sit with industrial repetition to convey the scares of the synth laden themes and incidental scene setting pieces of early 70s through early 80s kids TV wondrously whilst at the same time creating an imagined history of this medieval building. Jim Jupp from the mighty Ghost Box contribute extra production (which is always a seal of approval)
Jon Mills (Shindig Magazine issue 39 2014)

"Seatman is a kindred spirit, and this is his most evocative and personal sounding work to date."
Jim Jupp, (Ghost Box, 2013)



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Keith Seatman Hampshire, UK

Keith Seatman is a musician, DJ owner of some synths, records and all manner of old tat and always a tad lost. Former member of the band Psylons,
Has recorded sessions for The Garden of Earthly Delights and has been played on BBC 6 music's The Freak Zone and Gideon Coe show BBC Radio 3 Late Junction The Phantom Circuit and NTS Radio Alien Jams.
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Track Name: mr metronome*
Douglas E Powell
Track Name: boxes with rhythms in*
Douglas E Powell