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Another week, another essential slice of creative fun from the murky, festering depths of the Leeds underground music scene, this time from scene favorites and kraut-pop manipulators Quack Quack. Created as a fresh outlet for mega-drummer and Bilge Pump sticksman Neil Turpin, it was obvious from the first time he hit the stage with Stuart Bannister (bass) and keyboardist /second drummer Richard Morris aka Moz (Chops, Two Minute Noodles, The Declining Winter, Pifco) that he had stumbled upon another winning formula. Drawing primarily on krautrock, jazz and prog whilst embracing the more peculiar elements of rock 'n' pop, Quack Quack have created an uplifting, crowd-friendly sound that has listeners going nuts! Nuts over an instrumental band, wonders will never cease! Where other instrumental groups have tried and failed to capture the energy and enthusiasm of what is commonly known as post-rock, Quack Quack have nailed it on the head, so much so that it's very rarely mentioned that they are a either a post-rock or an instrumental group. I shouldn't go on and on (i've got records to pack, you know) but if you want to hear exciting music played with enthusiasm, skill and conviction and you prefer dancing and fun to chin-stroking and headphone music, then this is the group for you. I couldn't recommend them highly enough...it's practically making me cry just thinking about how good this is. I'm not joking.
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