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Monotreme are back with a new album by Nedry which is an interesting one. From the off you'll be intrigued by the interesting sound that they've managed to develop. 'Condors' is perhaps the first dubstep/post-rock/ electronica hybrid with someone who sounds a bit like Bjork singing. It's a bonkers sound alright and it sounds like it just shouldn't work but after my first listen I'm totally hooke ...

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Condors by Nedry
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9/10 Phil Staff review, 04 February 2010
Monotreme are back with a new album by Nedry which is an interesting one. From the off you'll be intrigued by the interesting sound that they've managed to develop. 'Condors' is perhaps the first dubstep/post-rock/ electronica hybrid with someone who sounds a bit like Bjork singing. It's a bonkers sound alright and it sounds like it just shouldn't work but after my first listen I'm totally hooked and it really does work. It's crazy! You get some mellow dubby basslines with the trademark dubstep wobble, with some electronics and guitars that remind me a bit of Thom Yorke's Eraser and over them there's this beautiful voice swanning in which sounds a bit like Bjork (at times!) The other comparison that comes to mind is Lamb but all dubsteppy or perhaps a more accurate one could be Portishead (who straddle genres with their massive pop legs). The quality is there though! There's a mixture of more downbeat and upbeat tracks which all work together and help the album flow. Check out 'Condors' and 'Apples & Pears for two totally slicing tracks..... There's a real dark element album to the album... Just listen to the foreboding bass on the albums final track 'Where The Dead Birds Go'. It's an astonishing listen and it's really good to hear someone do something different.

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