The Plane's Gone Dad by Geese

Vinyl 7" £2.99 VC01

7" On Vanity Case.

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The Plane's Gone Dad by Geese
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9/10 Brian 19 June 2008
Ol' Dave Lazonby (ex of the remarkable Lazerboy amongst others) is one of the most endearing & quirky people i've ever met on the Leeds scene. His band Geese have collaborated with Damo Suzuki from Can on some serious improv freeform projects in recent years & now shout out with their debut 7" 'The Plane's Gone Dad', a white vinyl treat in two parts. It's got that shimmering, sky gazing feel, a sweet wistfulness like Spiritualized if they drank scrumpy & watched WW2 documentaries rather than talking to god through a heroin haze. They call it an apocalyptic torch song and they're not wrong, this one's got some serious sad eyed space rock tentacles but bags of heart & soul. Part 2 fizzles out into organic cyber bleeps & crackly field recordings posing a big ? as to what to expect next from this curious collective. Dave wants you, the consumer, to hear his music so is therefore offering up this highly limited (200) disc for the price of a meager cheeseburger (music CAN be food and affordable to boot, I feel is his philosophy!) so avoid those tacky franchises & save yr lucky gold coin for this bittersweet slice of heartfelt eccentric genius. This would be my SOTW no. 2, no messin'



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