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Lee Simeone is a wunderkind multi-instrumentalist, who specialises in dark wave electro. Described as 'like mozart with synths' one track from his debut album was recently used as an installation at the Tate Modern gallery. - Rough Trade

A huge sound, could be something special here!
[From Future Music Magazine Jan 2007 issue] - Future Music Magazine

Lee Simeone plays live, keeping the dancefloor dark, gothic and moody. - Time Out Magazine

Lee plays his own drums, lending this new album 'The Dream Weaver' a polished live feeling. It was composed by Lee after a track from this album was played at the Tate Gallery in London in 2007. It seems this was a catalyst for this fine album. There is a melodramatic darkness present in this release which seems to play with Darkwave thus lending the album its inky ambience. 'Alone' from the dream weaver is an amazing example of his ability to deliver sound. Gentle piano rolls in through the introduction, while a soft background cadence develops, ranging from a soft shimmer to concrete everyday sounds, making for a lush cascade. 'Moonflower' is dark and atmospheric, and Lee's vivid voice is digitized, echoing quietly throughout the melody. The verses you will find in some of the songs are loosely spun, with the same emotional intensity in line with his music.

Inspired by Jean Michelle Jarre's 'Oxygene' Simeone started working on music all throughout his youth, and took to electronic music at an early age and has romanced it throughout his life. Mike Oldfield, Vangelis, and Roy Harper shadowed him, enhancing his prolific expression. Lee is still being shaped by other musicians and influences, just recently had returned from a tour in Berlin, with some musical greats such as Vangelis, Brian Eno & Gary Numan as his forerunners. But his sound is very much his own, and would be termed as indefinable. His music is ethereal & so unique, I would estimate this artist will be met with electric success. - Kainklang Musik Magazine

There are no more saints and martyrs... their memory burns in the roaring shadows of Simeone's dark wave aftermath of the war on Modernism... Behold an unquestioned answer to the confused eulogy of pop. Worship or be damned! - Tubal Cain

On his tracks, 'Magic Star', 'Epica' & 'Everywhere in Twilight', you can hear what sounds like slight Cocteau Twins and early Clan of Xymox influences. - Babble & Beat Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.



Currently at a loss for words...