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The Relict
Tomorrow Is Again

You may not immediately know The Relict but just look at that font and all might become familiar. They were a spin off of The Clientele who had the same hazy soft sound but were more in a Mazzy Star, Galaxie 500 type style with guest vocals by the likes of Pam Berry and Lupe Nunez-Fernandez. If you are at all a fan of the Clientele this is one rarity you'll want to pick up. First time on vinyl courtesy of the good people at Wouldn't Waste Records.   
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The Clientele
Music for the Age of Miracles

Oh thank God a new the Clientele album and by the time it comes out it will be near autumn so you can listen to this while wandering down leafy lanes at dusk - the perfect setting for Alistair MacLean's melancholic form of 60's influence psych and jangle. They now have a santoor (a kind of Indian dulcimer) on board but this just sounds like the Clientele which is perfect news for when the days grow dark. 

The Clientele
Alone & Unreal: The Best Of The Clientele

The Clientele were a bunch of school friends from Hampshire who shared a love of Galaxie 500, Felt and The Zombies. In the early ‘90s, from this template they created their own version of pop music - pure, distanced and haunting. The band re-invented their sound in the mid-’00s with bigger, brighter production and deeper atmospherics. Alone & Unreal: The Best Of The Clientele compiles their best work from their 24 year career.
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The Clientele/ Clock Strikes Thirteen
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