Piano Magic was probably conceived around the time an infant Glen Ashley Johnson (16 October 1967, Pinxton, Derbyshire, England) first tapped out a sober funeral march on his mothers tiny Casio. Johnson was originally intended to be the Piano Magics only constant, with the project having a fluctuating revolving door membership policy of collaborators to sustain constant reinvention. By the release of 1999s Low Birth Weight, however, the melancholic romanticists seemed settled around the core personnel of Johnson, John Cheves and Miguel Marin (b. Spain; drums). The Piano Magic sound, however, remains in a perpetual state of flux and further acquaintances, including members of the Bitter Springs, Wisdom Of Harry and Baby Birkin - are drafted in as appropriate. Piano Magics oddly evocative debut Popular Mechanics was inspired by the imagined future of Fritz Langs Metropolis. With the whir of keyboards, small beats and the...