Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard

Frontman of Nottingham punk band Kagoule, Cai Burns, returns as Blood Wizard. Arriving with no fixed direction, Blood Wizard is a project that sees Burns explore himself as a brand new entity, an artist beyond boundaries and preconceptions.

Filled with crisp hooks, it is an album that has a predominant folk undertone that also expertedly navigates through various textures and dark melodies. There was not an album in mind when Burns first started recording with Tom Towle at Random Recording Studio - just fragments of songs that all came together when the world paused in the spring and Burns realised that what he had been working on over the last few months could become a full record. The structure of the album follows suit, chopping and changing between harder-edged sounds and acoustic meanderings. There is a forward honesty and a witty wryness to Blood Wizard.

Blood Wizard

Western Spaghetti

Moshi Moshi
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Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard
LP+

£19.99

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Released 02/04/2021Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard
LP

£19.99

Blood Red

Released 02/04/2021Catalogue Number

MOSHILP110

Blood Wizard

Western Spaghetti

Moshi Moshi
Album artwork for Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard  by Western Spaghetti - Blood Wizard
Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard
LP+

£19.99

Limited Copies Come Signed.

Blood Red

Signed Copy
Released 02/04/2021Catalogue Number

MOSHILP110SIGNED

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Western Spaghetti by Blood Wizard
LP

£19.99

Blood Red

Released 02/04/2021Catalogue Number

MOSHILP110

Frontman of Nottingham punk band Kagoule, Cai Burns, returns as Blood Wizard. Arriving with no fixed direction, Blood Wizard is a project that sees Burns explore himself as a brand new entity, an artist beyond boundaries and preconceptions.

Filled with crisp hooks, it is an album that has a predominant folk undertone that also expertedly navigates through various textures and dark melodies. There was not an album in mind when Burns first started recording with Tom Towle at Random Recording Studio - just fragments of songs that all came together when the world paused in the spring and Burns realised that what he had been working on over the last few months could become a full record. The structure of the album follows suit, chopping and changing between harder-edged sounds and acoustic meanderings. There is a forward honesty and a witty wryness to Blood Wizard.