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The Lytics
Float On

Haldern Pop (Wildbirds & Peacedrums, Dry The River) release the third LP by Toronto hip-hop group The Lytics. While the five-piece’s Souls Of Mischief/Pharcyde-y boom-bap might not be much in vogue at the moment, on Float On they do what they do with a nice balance of energy, charisma and eloquence. It must help that Mike D has taken them under his wing too.
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  • Haldern Pop

The Slow Show
Dream Darling

Powerful, string backed, slow crescendo ballads of The National with deep and nearing on breaking baritone soft spoken vocals reminiscent of Lambchop. Big piano chords and warm trundling bass and drums, huge, yet subtle swelling orchestral pieces back the drama and intimacy of these songs for a little self reflection.

Ebbot & The Indigo Children
For The Ages To Come

Ebbot Lundberg, seen here peering out from inside a tree, used to run The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, but has since moved onto TV acting and solo work. On For The Ages To Come he has formed a backing band of young guns (the Indigo Children) to help realise his psychedelic pop visions, which are bold and bright and have the feel of immediate classics. Out on Haldern Pop.

The Slow Show
White Water

The first UK release on German label Haldern Pop Recordings, White Water is one of those intimate, oh so humble records in that North Western Elbow mold. The Slow Show just so happen to hail from Manchester too, with singer Rob Goodwin’s baritone vocals fusing that Garveyian drawl with the baritone sonorities of Matt Berninger. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Haldern Pop.

Dag For Dag
Boo


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