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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 21 August 2009Last up it's Mum with their new long player 'Sing along to songs you don't know' out on Euphono records. These icelandic eccentric pop maestro's have been at it for a while with this being their fifth studio album. I've not heard much of their precious output but i am familiar with the work Mum vocalist has done with Mice Parade. I liked that stuff a lot and this ain' t to bad either, a real mixed bag of odd pop compositions expertly played and produced. It's relatively back throughout with smatterings of excitement and energy. 'The river don't stop to breathe' works really well, mixing electronic groves and some strange guitar tones with odd percussion and mallets, it's one of those tunes that couples a jittery rhythmic back beat with a smooth strings and a silky vocal delivery. It's master balladeering with beat you can dance too. Part folk tinged electronica, part grand, expansive pop 'Sing along to songs you don't know' brings to mind elements of Animal Collective, Sigor Ros and Dan Deacon's grandeur with the aforementioned Mice Parade's impeccable rhythmic policies. Nice record.
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