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More Not Not Fun records are heading your way....this time we got 'Silver Sea Surfer School' from Inca Ore. Representing with some seriously spacious ambient moves. Inca Ore (Oakland, California's Eva Saelens) is lo-fi at the most extreme. Feedback punctuates every corner of 'Sliver Sea...' and makes for a slightly unnerving yet commonly rewarding journey. I feel agitated and uptight within minute ...

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Silver Sea Surfer School by Inca Ore
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 26 November 2009
More Not Not Fun records are heading your way....this time we got 'Silver Sea Surfer School' from Inca Ore. Representing with some seriously spacious ambient moves. Inca Ore (Oakland, California's Eva Saelens) is lo-fi at the most extreme. Feedback punctuates every corner of 'Sliver Sea...' and makes for a slightly unnerving yet commonly rewarding journey. I feel agitated and uptight within minutes of placing the needle on the wax. It's clangy, it's industrial and it's 'totally far out....man'. Ghoulishly haunting vocal episodes drift in and out of what sounds like cymbals being bowed and scratched into delayed infinitely. Echo Chambers play a big part in the action and industrial sounding tones dominate the mix almost exclusively throughout....this is no bad thing and makes for a refreshingly individualist approach to sound craft. Crazy and inventive stuff.

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