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Trouble Books have a new album of pastoral analogue loveliness out, a record that from the off caresses your ears with bloopy, languid synths, cosmic ephemera & wistful vocals. I can hear The Magnetic Fields, Casiotone FTPA, Postal Service & a spot of Grandaddy in these tender, organic pop songs. I can especially sense a strong kinship with old experimental alchemists The Microphones when ...

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Gathered Tones by Trouble Books
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 04 March 2010
Trouble Books have a new album of pastoral analogue loveliness out, a record that from the off caresses your ears with bloopy, languid synths, cosmic ephemera & wistful vocals. I can hear The Magnetic Fields, Casiotone FTPA, Postal Service & a spot of Grandaddy in these tender, organic pop songs. I can especially sense a strong kinship with old experimental alchemists The Microphones when the feller sings, that otherworldly naturalistic flow where these lapping waves of sound & instrumentation shift from the mechanical to the almost human, curling their tendrils around the loose arrangements; lush, tentative guitar exploration and sparse percussive frills. This 3 piece have created a beautiful, pure soundworld all of their own with lashings of warmth & instant appeal! Well lush! LP only....

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