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I split release from two of the UK's most promising young acts about to head out on a mega tour together...always nice to have some support eh. Well, i'm digging these tunes for sure. The Fair Ohs dabble in a strange mix of afro-beat and reverb drenched, beach Boys-esque pop which, for some reason brings to mind the early experimentation of the Clash and the whole punky reggae thing. A more obviou ...

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Split 7” by Fair Ohs/Spectrals
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 18 March 2010
I split release from two of the UK's most promising young acts about to head out on a mega tour together...always nice to have some support eh. Well, i'm digging these tunes for sure. The Fair Ohs dabble in a strange mix of afro-beat and reverb drenched, beach Boys-esque pop which, for some reason brings to mind the early experimentation of the Clash and the whole punky reggae thing. A more obvious influence is Vampire Weekend but they be are less composed and full on than those NY dudes. Spectrals i've reviewed before and i'm still keen on their ramshackle country/garage sound. Maybe it's the layers of impressive reverb or the almost non existent rumble of drums but i love the sound these guys get to tape. Who records music like this anyway?? Who knows. Spectrals offer up the surprisingly cheeky 'Birthday Kiss' and slightly less cheeky 'Keep your magic out of my house' which is a great name for tune....and good tune too. Nice work lads. Happy touring.


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