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"Blog Critics (F)"

The album is a trip well worth taking for anyone who appreciates experimental, electronic, dream pop at its finest. There are many levels beyond the flat horizon of the Flemish lowlands. If you can’t see them yourself, Colour Kane will push open the clouds and take you there. - January 2009 by Jeff Perkins

"Leonard’s Lair (UK)"

‘Eve Drops’ and ‘Astonish’ modernise the Cocteaus template with heavy beats running alongside the customary myriad of guitar effects whereas ‘Unseen’ aims for a fairly danceable sound. Proof - if it were needed - that their credentials are respected, Robin Guthrie himself guests on remix duties for ‘Seaside Dream’. - May 2008 by Jonathan

"Luna Kafe (S)"

A stellar debut all told. - March 2008 by Anna Maria Stjarnell

"Rocksellout (UK)"

It’s a stunning example of dream pop done right - vocalist Marjan Snykers floats through lush guitar tones while a steady hand on bass and electronic beats keeps tracks focused and coherent. With warmer weather coming, many of you are looking for light, sunny tracks for convertible, beach, and/or outdoor use - this will be a key addition to your iPod and car CD collection.. - March 2008

"Hybrid Magazine (US)"

The next generation of dreampoppers. The impact of a marshmallow sledgehammer. Nice harmonies.
Time-lapse of growing plants. Sleepy music, beautiful sparseness. - Januari 2008

"Losing Today (US)"

It should come as no surprise to all those who’ve heard them given that they sound like some heaven bound union of the Cocteaus, the Sundays, the Lover Speaks and the Bang Bang Machine mixing soothing atmospherics with heartbreaking braids of chiming resonance that together combine into cloud kissing perfection - rip the ice tipped romance laden bliss out ’broken’.
- August 2007 - by mark

"Y Sin Embargo (Spain)"

“Love hurdles” o “Unseen” son canciones irresistiblemente seductoras, mientras que la languidez de “A taste of”, encargada de abrir el trabajo, es una hipnótica introducción al mundo Colour Kane, en el cual abundarán refinadas composiciones, preciosos coros y sugerentes imágenes que depararán más de un agradable momento. - June 2007 - by hernán dardes

"Textura (Toronto, Canada)"

A Taste Of features no shortage of blissed-out material but perhaps no songs are more heavenly than the anthemic "Share My Ease", "Silya" and, yes, "Seaside Dream" which constitute as magnificent a sampling of dream-pop as you're likely to hear in this lifetime. - May 2007 - by Ron Schepper


album: A Taste Of - 2007
single: Too Late - 2007
album: Mild to wild -2009

including airplay in Belgium & US FM stations



The band developed from the seeds of trip pop project Abricot, comprising Belgian music scene veterans Bruno Kimpe and Joeri Gydé. The pair teamed up with vocalist Marjan Snykers and Colour Kane was borne.

The band’s music found Robin Guthrie, who offered his support, ultimately leading to the band supporting Robin during his Lumière shows in Belgium in addition to the remixed track found on “A Taste Of”.

After increased following on independent US FM stations, Colour Kane signs end 2006 with Hidden Shoal, a new promising label on the australian west coast.

Their debut, “A Taste Of”, is now available as a pre-release exclusively from the HSR Store. The album will see official cd release in April 2007 and as a digital release in May 2007 where it will be available from all good digital music stores such as Itunes, eMusic, Sony Connect and Rhapsody.