keshco is a group of english home-recorders playing all sorts: psychedelia, bedsit folk, lo-fi synthpop, library music, etc. they’ve been together since schooldays in the 90s, live in london and oxford now, and have released several albums and a string of free eps for various netlabels.
their second album for pan y rosas is a collection of instrumental songs that were recorded and assembled islington, sowerby bridge and buenos aires. piano exploration, synth tinkling, guitar harmonics, violin scratching, empty apartments, flute improvisations. library perfection.
get the album here.