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1 review | 19 people love this record: be the 20th! How on Earth did A Sunny Day In Glasgow get so good. It seems unfair that one band should have all the goodness when there's so many shit bands out there... Each record they make just seems to get better and better... I couldn't believe how good the debut was and then they dropped their last album on my face. Yowserz.... Then came 'Nitetime Rainbows' around the corner where it makes a mockery ... »

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Nitetime Rainbows by A Sunny Day In Glasgow
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19 people love this record. Be the 20th!
9/10 Phil Staff review, 25 February 2010
How on Earth did A Sunny Day In Glasgow get so good. It seems unfair that one band should have all the goodness when there's so many shit bands out there... Each record they make just seems to get better and better... I couldn't believe how good the debut was and then they dropped their last album on my face. Yowserz.... Then came 'Nitetime Rainbows' around the corner where it makes a mockery of the previous 2 releases, throws them to the floor, stamps on their faces until they're bleeding and useless. On this clear vinyl only beast you get 7 tracks in total.... You get the stellar 'Nitetime Rainbows' from 'Ashes Grammar' ... You get 3 brand new tracks and you get 3 remixes of the lead track by The Buddy System, Benoit Pioulard and Ezekiel Honig. Their sound has been even more refined on this EP. The melding of C86, shoegaze and electronic music is second to none. I know it's nothing new but I can't think of a band who've done it as well as A Sunny Day In Glasgow. 'Daytime Rainbows' is a total treat with its wonky guitars and driving bass line which sound like they're crashing down around each other but they manage to keep it tidy. 'Piano Lessons' reminds me a bit of Stereolab with it's fuzzy cyclical bassline.... Then the ethereal vocals come in and the layers of wonkiness and I'm just totally absorbed. It's total fuzzy pop and there's very little that gets me excited these days new records-wise but this band continues to do the business! Quite possibly the best indie band for me since MBV and there is certainly a bit of that in there as well. I could go on but I won't.... Actually I will say the Benoit Pioulard remix is awesome and will appeal to fans of Tim Hecker etc...) Fuck this is good....

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