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Poostosh! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!11one1!! Untime is their CD and it's a comforting listen full of pastoral pleasures, mixing folky guitar with a soft bedroom electronica/ambient feel. Synths wash around in the background while subtle melodies float around on the wings of doves. Poostosh though! LOL! Phil splutters that he's reminded of early Air on some of the tracks and he also wretches that there's a bi ...

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Untime by Poostosh
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 14 May 2009
Poostosh! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!11one1!! Untime is their CD and it's a comforting listen full of pastoral pleasures, mixing folky guitar with a soft bedroom electronica/ambient feel. Synths wash around in the background while subtle melodies float around on the wings of doves. Poostosh though! LOL! Phil splutters that he's reminded of early Air on some of the tracks and he also wretches that there's a bit of Yellow 6 in the guitar playing.. At some points I think the six string work veers into Durutti Column territory too. There are a couple of more downbeat tunes that sound like they could easily be soundtracks to some sort of glacially-paced eastern European existential road movie but on the whole I'm thinking more in the region of hazy childhood flashbacks in low-budget 70s films. Here, Poostosh, why's your band called Poostosh though? That's well funny!

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