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Now after a slew of curious 7"s by little-heard-of types, this boutique retro-indie label is chucking full-lengthers at us now! The initial impact of this CD is reminding me of the gentler wing of early 80's alternative pop, such as feyer Scouse acts Wild Swans, China Crisis & The Lotus Eaters - well blended with some class shambling shoegazer & C86 indie strokes. The popular single stands out on here as an enjoyably strong POBPAH ally but elsewhere the guitars are more ponderous & ethereal, old drum machines splutter, twinkly keyboards spin cute, sugary motifs whilst the vocals & atmospherics can, on occasion, recall Animal Collective. There's some really lovely, hazy pop songs mingling on this album that would sound really at home on Sarah records about 20 years ago, but also plenty of these dinky tunes will appeal to the rabid Sunny Day in Glasgow fanbase - check the fabulous 'Bored Games', a perfect marriage of 4AD guitars, listless Creation-esque vocals & that dreamy late 80's Factory dance-pop vibe. All from the mind of one young man....Excellent!
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