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I once quite liked Good Shoes and their jerky, minimal guitar pop but realised as soon as an album was expected of them I realised the constraints of their stripped back style would start to grate within the realms of a full lengther (oo-er missus) They've now got a new double 'A' single out, regardless of the way an ex-member was talking (I thought they may have split up) They've now gone in a ...

7" £2.49 BRILS34S

USED Indies-only 7" on Brille, limited to 250 copies NM/NM.

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Under control by Good Shoes
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6/10 Brian Staff review, 07 January 2010
I once quite liked Good Shoes and their jerky, minimal guitar pop but realised as soon as an album was expected of them I realised the constraints of their stripped back style would start to grate within the realms of a full lengther (oo-er missus) They've now got a new double 'A' single out, regardless of the way an ex-member was talking (I thought they may have split up) They've now gone in a funkier, dancier direction, slightly Franz-y, a bit Rakes-y - vaguely sprinkled with the kind of frisky post-hardcore funk wibble that Dischord chappies Q and Not U did lots better a few years ago but blighted by that very English Foals/Bloc Party/Hot Chip/Youthmovies airiness which seems to make me loose interest after 30 seconds. Neither 'Under Control' or 'Talk' are at all bad, just a bit over-familiar & generic. Aroma: chips, freshly mown grass, dog poo (caught in blades).

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