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Air Formation
Near Miss

Brighton’s Air Formation actually split up in 2010, but reappeared briefly 3 years ago with the EP Were We Ever Here. Their new LP, Near Miss, is the first since their split. Influenced by shoegaze and bands such as The Jesus and Mary Chain, Flying Saucer Attack and Spacemen 3, they have gone for authenticity here by getting Pat Collier (JAMC, House Of Love, Primal Scream) to record and mix the album. LP on Club AC30.

Air Formation
Were We Ever Here

Brighton shoegazers Air Formation were working on some new material back in 2010, only to split up before it was completed. They reformed in 2014 and Were We Ever Here is the first new music from them since. The songs (sort of) take up where they left off: thick layers of feedback and distorted guitars are augmented by New Order-esque synth work. It seems that the band may be back to their best.
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Air Formation, Lorna, The Electroluvs, Various
Test Tones Volume 4


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