In July 2012, back when he fronted gothy, east London synth group S.C.U.M, Thomas Cohen was interviewed by arts website Crane.tv in a video titled ‘S.C.U.M Dine With Me’. In it, the perfectly-crimped Cohen flits enjoyably around a kitchen making soup. The sleeve of his Americana-inspired and explicitly personal solo debut ‘Bloom Forever’ is similarly appealing. Wearing tinted shades...
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Two years ago S.C.U.M were black of heart, soul and high-waisted slacks. Named after the bile-scorched screed of feminist writer Valerie Solanas (sample: “the male is an incomplete female, a walking abortion” – Caitlin Moran it isn’t), their sonic heart of darkness encased in a flinty ribcage of distortion was just the sort of thing for the crucifix-flaunting class...
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