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Misery, torment, self-loathing and existential anguish have rarely been done so well within a pop music framework as they've been managed by one Jamie Stewart. He's now swimming solo after his long term companion Caralee McElroy defected to Cold Cave. You can hear the parallels between the two acts in the dark, yearning tragedy of the vocals and the blisteringly inventive use of electronic rhythms ...

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 11 February 2010
Misery, torment, self-loathing and existential anguish have rarely been done so well within a pop music framework as they've been managed by one Jamie Stewart. He's now swimming solo after his long term companion Caralee McElroy defected to Cold Cave. You can hear the parallels between the two acts in the dark, yearning tragedy of the vocals and the blisteringly inventive use of electronic rhythms & wild organic sounds to create these jarring yet accesible weird-pop nuggets. This collection seems slightly less dark, dramatic and alarming than the schizophrenic & absorbing catalogue he's built up thus far, but no less fascinating & enjoyable for it. There's still plenty of wilfully abstract & experimental touches to back up his eccentric & affected urban poetry. A true distinctive original, he deserves your cautious, frightened love.

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