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I picked up this Sunken Foal job 'cause it's on Planet Mu and I fancied a bit of wonky electronica, turns out the joke's on me since this business is largely acoustic, serene and highly contemplative. Surprisingly untreated piano and guitar sounds are the main order of the day, often piling upon each other in increasingly delicate formations only to come crashing down in quiet, understates avalanc ...

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Fallen Arches by Sunken Foal
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 09 October 2008
I picked up this Sunken Foal job 'cause it's on Planet Mu and I fancied a bit of wonky electronica, turns out the joke's on me since this business is largely acoustic, serene and highly contemplative. Surprisingly untreated piano and guitar sounds are the main order of the day, often piling upon each other in increasingly delicate formations only to come crashing down in quiet, understates avalanches. The layering and edits on here are generally the only clue that point towards the label that Fallen Arches belongs to as it's largely beatless, with only a few tracks offering some drum skitters. Imagine the slowest, most organic tracks from people like Aphex Twin and Venetian Snares crossed with a nature reserve or something. Occasionally things take a turn for the dull post-rock but that apart this is a really, really nice album.

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