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Boomkat Product Review:
Compared to Syd Barrett with almost belligerent abandon, everywhere you go people are talking up Apothecary Hymns (aka Alex Stimmel) as some kind of voodoo distillation of East Village vibes, loner psych and dark-hearted folk ala Bert Jansch. And you know what? For once 'people' are spot on. More limited than a well intentioned Tory, 'Half Of What Is Seen' is an A-side of undulating banjo melodies and alt. vocals that suggest Stimmel is in touch with his geeky side, whilst the odd garage-squall is drafted in to agitate and arouse the pulse. On the flip it's barebones production for some cask matured folk ('The Marigold'), with Stimmel's more brusque vocal stance met by an eldritch, waltz-like rhythm. Woo-haa!