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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! I often hide down in the stockroom trying to make sense of the towering shelves bulging with audio goodness & erm... plenty of utter gash. What I don't like about being down there is A) I could still hear the dreadful new Of Montreal album shitting in my ears yesterday through the mezzanine B) I couldn't hear this Wives of Farmers CD WELL enough so I had to sprint upstairs to enquire its ident ... »

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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 05 August 2010

I often hide down in the stockroom trying to make sense of the towering shelves bulging with audio goodness & erm... plenty of utter gash. What I don't like about being down there is A) I could still hear the dreadful new Of Montreal album shitting in my ears yesterday through the mezzanine B) I couldn't hear this Wives of Farmers CD WELL enough so I had to sprint upstairs to enquire its identity cos it really touched something inside of me. These guys kick out a wicked laid-back old-skool indie rock with lots of dinky shapes & maths-y touches, coming in somewhere between Lazarus Clamp, Seachange, mid-period Clean & Life Without Buildings (without the mad lass chuntering on). This full length recording chugs along in quite a homely & DIY fashion (but not fashionably Lo-Fi thank god!) which totally adds to its effortless charm! A 5 piece, they hail from Kernow near Truro in Cornwall & I'm assuming they've named themselves after the Grandaddy song of the same name (I can hear the influence of Lytle & co in there somewhere too) Good stuff indeed!


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