An Interview with… Seams

The other day, I got hold of Hotcakes favourite Seams to find out his inspirations behind his work, his hotly tipped artist of 2010 and to find out any news about his upcoming projects.

The london glitchy soundscape artist, who likens himself to Four Tet, has had quite a bit of attention from the Blogosphere lately, and has even caught the eye of NME, thanks mainly to his great follow up to his first album, the brilliant 7 minute belter, ‘Nightcycles‘.

Seams, aka Jami Welch, has got two london dates lined up this month in London, one on the 24th February at the Amersham Arms in New Cross, a few days before The Big Pink are playing at the same venue. So get down there if you like what you hear.

Here’s the full interview with Jami where he reveals who he thinks is going to take 2010 by storm.

Underneath that is a great new remix of ‘Nightcycles’ by Shells, and I think you’ll agree that there is an element of Four Tet to his sound if you listen to this gem of  his as well. My personal view is that he sounds like a more chilled out version of scottish band Errors.

Hotcakes Seams Interview

Seams – Nightcycles (Shells Remix)

Four Tet – She Just Likes to Fight

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3 Responses to “An Interview with… Seams”

  1. […] Last week, I did an interview for the guys over at Hotcakes. […]

  2. Really liking the Shells remix. Keep it coming.

  3. […] covered Shells aka Khalid Rafique before with his remix of electronic artist Seams. He’s returned with his new single, Lunar Park, and continues his […]

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