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Papercuts are one of those bands I'd expect to be hearing a lot from in the not to distant future. They play a pseudo future space pop style that is both warm, inviting and refreshing in the current pop climate. On new track 'White Are The Waves' leader and songwriter Jason Quever laments lovingly over a cosmic indie jam awash with Casiotones and reverberance Sounds like a 70's AM radio treat if y ...

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White Are The Waves by Papercuts
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 26 November 2009
Papercuts are one of those bands I'd expect to be hearing a lot from in the not to distant future. They play a pseudo future space pop style that is both warm, inviting and refreshing in the current pop climate. On new track 'White Are The Waves' leader and songwriter Jason Quever laments lovingly over a cosmic indie jam awash with Casiotones and reverberance Sounds like a 70's AM radio treat if you ask me. The B-side features a remix of 'A Dictator's Lament' by Neighbors which suits me much better...it's like a mid-nineties Beck reworking with nice beats, sturdy hand-o-claps and some lovely 70's prog synth tones....very nice. 7"+ download on Gnomonsong.

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