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I don't know much about Ganglians but after two reliable releases in a row from Woodsist records (Wood's 'Songs of Shame' and Kurt Vile's 'Constant Hitmaker') I thought I'd take this one on for review. I'm pretty pleased with the decision as this is a sweet sweet 's/t' debut from these Sacramento weirdo space poppers. The album combines elements of the reverb drench garage rock of Thee Oh Sees wit ...

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Ganglians by Ganglians
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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 14 May 2009
I don't know much about Ganglians but after two reliable releases in a row from Woodsist records (Wood's 'Songs of Shame' and Kurt Vile's 'Constant Hitmaker') I thought I'd take this one on for review. I'm pretty pleased with the decision as this is a sweet sweet 's/t' debut from these Sacramento weirdo space poppers. The album combines elements of the reverb drench garage rock of Thee Oh Sees with a temperament toward lo-fi drum machine bedroom pop. Vocals drift into the stratosphere as every possibility is explored in an attempt to craft the perfect broken pop song. Elements of the Beach Boys can be heard scattered about the record with the suggestion of song writing ambition coupled with a preference for traditional tape based recording techniques. In parts it's strange and spooky, in parts it's naive and wild with enthusiasm yet these folks obviously know what they want to achieve and are doing a damn fine job of it too. An excellent record with the consistently quality artwork approach I'm beginning to expect from Woodsist. Highly recommended.

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