'There's nothing cheap about his novelistic range and ambition'
'blessed with a magnetic white soul voice'. Uncut magazine
'a scotch obsessed Al Green' RollingStone.com
'one of the finest new soul records I've heard in a long time' Dagbladet
'f*ck any lyricist who can't tell a story. Philip Kane clearly can'. Hip Hop Connection
The follow up Time:Gentlemen was reviewed in Uncut, referencing its 'shimmering Walkers whirlpools', and noting that Kane brought 'the voice of Al Green to the mindset of Nick Cave'. Again, Dagbladet exalted it: 'a classic.'
A thirteen year retirement was broken by Flowers and Ledges in 2016. It found praise in Mojo, which made reference to Kane's 'aching tender tones' and 'ability to find romance in the dirt'. Prog magazine's art rock album of the month, it was described as 'a grandstanding gallery of literate, heartfelt testifying', feat. "Mark Eitzel on backing vocals and found its way onto Michka Assaya's France Inter show. Book of Broken Things is the 4th PK album. Representation is by email@example.com