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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Philthy just slung a CD at my face and said 'Oi you! Factor this into your days work innit!!' before cackling like an evil retarded child & jumping out of the window a la several episodes of Father Ted. It's by Rocketnumbernine who get points deducted for stapling ALL the syllables into one big search engine stuffing/ career sabotaging modge. I kind of missed You Reflect Me's track uno because ... »

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You Reflect Me by Rocketnumbernine
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 18 June 2009
Philthy just slung a CD at my face and said 'Oi you! Factor this into your days work innit!!' before cackling like an evil retarded child & jumping out of the window a la several episodes of Father Ted. It's by Rocketnumbernine who get points deducted for stapling ALL the syllables into one big search engine stuffing/ career sabotaging modge. I kind of missed You Reflect Me's track uno because I was thinking about jam. And rabbits. But track two is fucking jazz man, it be free & funky, rhythmic & groovy yah. The production is well boss and I feel like i'm in some spacious cellar off my head on 'erbal ciggies & vibes man. That hard, blunted echo-ey drum sound is served even better on 'Doodlebug' by the addition of some monged vintage synth action and a thrumming low-end drone that makes me giggle involuntarily. They also like to piss around with mad sounds & a child's xylophone which is totally OK with me. It makes for a nice interval before the onslaught of more ace sounding tribal drums and tape hiss concealing a malevolent force beneath. You can totally tell they proper love old analogue equipment & recording techniques, there's some cracking atmospherics on this album. There's some paralells to be drawn with these guys and Manchester's A Middle Sex who are soooo worth checking out too! Just don't call them Nu-tribal whatever you do, it's just jammin' man....Good stuff!

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