Niscitam is the debut solo album from Blake Scott. Better known as a member of beloved Melbourne three-piece The Peep Tempel. The Guardian’s Doug Wallen explains:With that band on hiatus since late 2017, Scott has re-emerged as a solo artist. And though he is again leading a three-piece band with a robust focus on lyrical detail and scenery-chewing vocal turns, his debut album explores his favoured themes in looser, weirder ways. Unmoored from The Peep Tempel’s standout rhythm section of drummer Steven Carter and bassist Stewart Rayner (who now play in the spacious yet noisy Shepparton Airplane), Scott mostly eschews his erstwhile band’s muscular drive to instead stretch out and hold forth like the unreliable narrator he’s always been. (The Guardian, Sat Oct 10, 2020)