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1 review »I chose my Finders Keepers B-Music 7" based on the groovy skeleton woodcut artwork with one of them looking like he's got dangly bits made out of a drum. I wish I had drum balls, I'd play with them even more. On here we've got Lispector, Selda and Twinkranes. The Lispector track is a slow, chaotic, bluesy clanger with her cutie pie vocals a total contrast but somehow it really works. The Seld ... »

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B Music: Migrating, Caustic, Mutatable, Tour EP Series by Lispector, Selda, Various
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 06 August 2008

I chose my Finders Keepers B-Music 7" based on the groovy skeleton woodcut artwork with one of them looking like he's got dangly bits made out of a drum. I wish I had drum balls, I'd play with them even more. On here we've got Lispector, Selda and Twinkranes. The Lispector track is a slow, chaotic, bluesy clanger with her cutie pie vocals a total contrast but somehow it really works. The Selda track is pretty cool, doing her reverb-y Eastern folk warbling's over wikky wah-wah Blaxsploitation guitar tickled by the occasional solo and little sitar riff, with no drums whatsoever - it's like going to the picture house and seeing Shaft 6: Shaft Plays Galatasaray in the Champions League. I can't imagine Shaft having any trouble with the hooligan element over there either, even after loving and leaving all their lasses. Twinkranes sound like they've eaten a shitload of classic psychedelia, with a pretty ace insistent bassline that almost borders on drone underscoring the entire track barring a dropout in case you're getting bored.. Which you really shouldn't because it's dead good. It becomes more electronic sounding towards the end, almost like Primal Scream's 'Miss Lucifer' single (the last good track they did if you ask me). I reckon if you're one of the many who've been loving Wooden Shjips you'll be well into this.

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