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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 13 July 2011
Happy days. We got a big old delivery of new beach flavours from the ever reliable Olde English Spelling Bee label. First up it's Big Troubles debut LP 'Worry'. Now you may recall me wittering on about B.T's Spector vs. Hannett production sound in the review of their 7" single and I'm pleased to here that theme runs true throughout 'Worry'. Big Troubles are masters of lo-fi indie pop with half of their stuff sounding like classic mid-eighties indie rock and the rest sounding reminiscent of electro/synth pop of the same era, basically they've got the whole 80's indie sound nailed whilst sounding fresh enough to pull it off without doing anyone's head in. 'Video Rock' starts things off in as possessed and over the top way possible and reminds me of that mad Art Of Noise style tune that finishes the A-Side of the recent Hype Williams LP whilst 'Slouch' is classic UK Gothic shoe-gaze inspired stuff done perfectly. Great band. Good name too. Totally recommended.
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