Luke Siedle, is the next featured artist at the Music Club at the Forgotten Falls. Due to the cold, this meeting will be held in front of the fire at Braeside Guest House in Howick at 7.30pm. Also on the line up is the Gloucester Blues Project with a blend of music styles with Frik Enslin on bass, John Goodall on guitar and vocals, Robyn Tompkins on vocals and Ian and Andrew Dickinson on drums and lead guitar. The album consists of 12 vocal tracks and three instrumentals, all of which were written for the acoustic guitar. With the help of Durban’s principal producer, Dave Birch, and experienced musician, Guy Buttery, the use of several other instruments were used to capture the natural essence of the songs including percussion, piano, mandolin, 12-string guitar and banjo. The songs range in colour and texture from upbeat alt-country numbers, to heartfelt laments, to brooding rock songs. His lyrics are simple yet poignant; his voice is low and unassuming. Luke consciously maintained an open mind during the project, allowing the songs to form as naturally as possible but the album, comprised of fifteen songs rich in imagery and texture, shouldn’t necessarily be labelled as experimental.