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Drifting Falling is doing a fine job of pumping some highly melodic contemporary shoegaze material into the ether of recent times. On 'Vacant Passages', you get a label sampler of sorts with 4 artists contributing. Oppressed by the Line has a slice of hazy dreampop on offer -I'd go more into detail but just check his album out, it's great. I describe his sound in that review better than I could ju ...

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Vacant Passages Volume One by Mole Harness, Various
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 27 November 2008
Drifting Falling is doing a fine job of pumping some highly melodic contemporary shoegaze material into the ether of recent times. On 'Vacant Passages', you get a label sampler of sorts with 4 artists contributing. Oppressed by the Line has a slice of hazy dreampop on offer -I'd go more into detail but just check his album out, it's great. I describe his sound in that review better than I could just now! The Air Alone on track 2 does a more introverted thang, pensive drum machine and emotive 2 finger keyboard with a listless mumble of a vocal before a wave of mardy, shardy feedback kicks me in the cochlea. Well good. Mole Harness we've not heard from for a while and he wields various acoustic instruments around to create an hypnotic soundscape brushing alongside wispy electronic fragments. I've just switched the trippy windows media player visuals on for the last track, a melancholic, slightly meandering folk piece that sounds like a cross between Adrian Crowley & a stouter Alasdair Roberts, the big Scottish sad-eyes that My Kappa Roots obviously is! Nice gear.

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