From beneath the beating wings of Mercury's wand, comes something mysterious, yet friendly... dark, yet strangely familiar... easy to listen to, yet challenging.
Caduseus has had a heavy presence on the underground scene since the 1990s, having generated a healthy following by playing live in reputable venues like the Cavern Club (Liverpool), The Underworld (London) and numerous festivals around the UK.
Jim Griffin and his band pioneered the first ever live AV webcast in the UK in 1996. The event, scripted by Jim, took place at King Arthur's Labyrinth, within an exciting visitor centre called Celtica, in Corris, near Machynlleth, Wales, UK, on the occasion of the Welsh Halloween, Samhuinn (significant in the Celtic calendar) on 10th November that year.
The one-hour webcast, which had taken 14 months to organise, featured the band's original songs and was a great success, reaching far and wide to 22 countries and attracting the attention of NASA HQ, who were developing space shuttle-to-earth communications. The video from the show was published by Ninth Wave Records, the band's own label.
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Download 'The Caduseus Story' (PDF) HERE
The band's songs are available for download as 320k MP3s or FLAC files.