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1 review » Funny I was really quite into that first Velocity Girl LP many moons ago, not realising that two of the chaps were originally in this amazing post-C86 inspired band called Black Tambourine. Slumberland have re-packaged & expanded their original collection of doomy, reverbed shogaze classics in light of Vivian Girls making a successful career out of unearthing their well blended & dense sound. I ... »

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Black Tambourine by Black Tambourine
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 25 March 2010
Funny I was really quite into that first Velocity Girl LP many moons ago, not realising that two of the chaps were originally in this amazing post-C86 inspired band called Black Tambourine. Slumberland have re-packaged & expanded their original collection of doomy, reverbed shogaze classics in light of Vivian Girls making a successful career out of unearthing their well blended & dense sound. I was always curious about the US leg of shoegaze & tweepop but didn't dream there was a band that sounded like a more funereal Lush or early MBV crossed wit' The Charlottes covering lost 60's girl group classics. They've hit on the perfect ratio of anthemic noisepop & shambling nihilism required for that cerebral epiphany when the detached girl vocals, rattly drums & caustic walls of fuzzjangle guitar noise hit you as the most sublime thing you've ever heard. Now on vinyl, you'd be a daft bugger to miss this.....


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