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1 review | 5 people love this record: be the 6th! These guys stick safely to a kind of fuzzed-out psych/shoegaze shimmer on their debut album. And although i've heard plenty of Primal Scream or BJM records in my life, The Tamborines still successfully kick out a worthy racket. They often emulate the sound of the classic Creation bands - the opener reminds me of mid-period Telescopes - but you can tell that their fanbase will also consist of Byrds ... »

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Camera & Tremor by The Tamborines
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5 people love this record. Be the 6th!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 29 July 2010

These guys stick safely to a kind of fuzzed-out psych/shoegaze shimmer on their debut album. And although i've heard plenty of Primal Scream or BJM records in my life, The Tamborines still successfully kick out a worthy racket. They often emulate the sound of the classic Creation bands - the opener reminds me of mid-period Telescopes - but you can tell that their fanbase will also consist of Byrds, Ride, Spacemen 3 & Oasis worshippers. The fourth track sounds like a sleepy take on The Clean and has an exotic French title before the amped-up distorted guitars return on 'Falling Slowly' - surfing along on the crest of this Dandy Warhols-alike choon are also a charmingly weedy organ, drawly lolloping vocals & countless shards of ear-testing JAMC Jr. style feedback. God it makes me feel 18 again this CD.




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