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This release confuses me. I think it's the Pale Sketches album by Jesu remixed by Justin Broadrick (who is Jesu) but under the name of Pale Sketcher. After a quick checkup it appears I'm right. Phew! Pale Sketcher is his electronic side project where he chucks his doom guitar out of the window and swaps it for a spanky computer with loads plug-ins and that. This has quite a shoegazey feel to it wi ...

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Jesu: Pale Sketches Demixed by Pale Sketcher
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 01 September 2010

This release confuses me. I think it's the Pale Sketches album by Jesu remixed by Justin Broadrick (who is Jesu) but under the name of Pale Sketcher. After a quick checkup it appears I'm right. Phew! Pale Sketcher is his electronic side project where he chucks his doom guitar out of the window and swaps it for a spanky computer with loads plug-ins and that. This has quite a shoegazey feel to it with a lot of the tracks being quite downtempo and sparkly sounding. A couple of the tracks remind of State of Grace (they did a particularly fine tune called 'Camden' many moons ago) but no one here has heard of them. A couple of the tracks have a that lazy, summery Boards of Canada sound with breathy vocals over them. I'm not massively familiar with the source material but it works quite nicely actually!


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