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The heat, the motherfucking heat.. It's like a giant sweaty crotch covered with indie posters from the 90s in here. The Silent Anagram is the first review thing my dehydrated brain has to come to terms with this week - it's by Telekaster and released on the fine Panic Arrest label (holders of two previous Album of the Week Gold Plated Statuettes from their nascent catalogue). Immediately (and prob ...

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The Silent Anagram by Telekaster
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 02 July 2009
The heat, the motherfucking heat.. It's like a giant sweaty crotch covered with indie posters from the 90s in here. The Silent Anagram is the first review thing my dehydrated brain has to come to terms with this week - it's by Telekaster and released on the fine Panic Arrest label (holders of two previous Album of the Week Gold Plated Statuettes from their nascent catalogue). Immediately (and probably lazily) this record strikes me as kind of a middle ground between the minimal Minus Pilots album and the more varied, layered sound of the Cut Iowa Network LP (minus the drums), it definitely fits right in with the feel of the label thus far so if you enjoyed those previous releases you'll be in safe hands here. To add a little more comparative colour I'll add that there are shades of Constellation-style post-rock, early Colleen, the twinklier moments of bands like Fridge and many an organic-sounding bedroom ambient electronica project from the past few years. All done to a super classy standard!

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