Published in Blog Archive, Culture Bully. Tags: Canada, Music.
Victor Scott, a London-born Vancouver musician, plays to the amusement of the ears within the context of a variety of genres. Before taking a seven year detour into the wonderful world of jazz guitar Scott found himself longing for more musically, and it was this search that brought him to John Zorn, Daniel Johnston and Negativeland during his college-age-years. It seems that his influences have rubbed off nicely as his songs range from light rock-based electronic to folk-country surfer music to up-tempo pop rock. Oh, and of course, “like every other musician, Victor wishes he was in Deerhoof.”