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Another slice of mythical space pop music from the newly formed and very intriguing Tri Angle label. You may remember we had a great Tri Angle 12" from Balam Acab in recently and this is shaping up to be equal in quality. This is definitely pop music but it's shrouded in oddness and mystery that leaves a lot open to interpretation. Like all good pop music it is informed by advances in modern music ...

12" £8.99 TRIANGLE02

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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 30 September 2010

Another slice of mythical space pop music from the newly formed and very intriguing Tri Angle label. You may remember we had a great Tri Angle 12" from Balam Acab in recently and this is shaping up to be equal in quality. This is definitely pop music but it's shrouded in oddness and mystery that leaves a lot open to interpretation. Like all good pop music it is informed by advances in modern music making technology and a desire to create something that is fundamentally new with tools and processes that already exist. It kinda reminds me of the Teenage Fantasy stuff as it's informed by 80's synth, electronica and blissful ambient forms of pop yet it somehow takes these elements into new and undiscovered territory and as a result these tunes sound ultra fresh to the ear. So, they've got great beats, lively instrumentation that is obscure and catchy in equal measures and a haunting vocal delivery that reminds me of the lighter tracks from the recent Crystal Castles album.


10/10 kamikaze Customer review, 17th October 2010

Second single to be released on Tri Angle, following the devastatingly good Balam Acab EP from a few weeks back.  This lot, oOoOO (pronounced 'O' I'm told), also lump themselves in with this whole witch house thing that's becoming increasingly prominent at the moment.  It's a six-tracker, the oOoOO EP, and it's got a varied bag of tunes on it.  Half the EP is dubstep-speed gothy shoegaze stuff, whilst the other half of the EP operates more at hip hop tempos.  It's an excellent EP though, worth picking this one up sharpish.


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