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That Mike Sniper is a total Anglophile isn't he? His label has snared another band dealing in a sensitive, dinky style of UK New Wave. Slightly maudlin vocals sit remarkably easily alongside a fluttering, clicky drum machine & a guitar style that could only be referred to as tropical-jangle. It sounds like an Orange Juice demo if they'd have formed in the late 80s and signed to Sarah but decid ...

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6/10 Brian Staff review, 28 October 2010

That Mike Sniper is a total Anglophile isn't he? His label has snared another band dealing in a sensitive, dinky style of UK New Wave. Slightly maudlin vocals sit remarkably easily alongside a fluttering, clicky drum machine & a guitar style that could only be referred to as tropical-jangle. It sounds like an Orange Juice demo if they'd have formed in the late 80s and signed to Sarah but decided Edwyn Collins was an awful singer and got in some guy who has just watched his pet cat get eaten alive by a starving fox. The flip has a bit more of a post-disco beat and some intermittent spectral guitars but i'm not sure about it. It ends up sounding like New Order playing drearily through a vestry wall in an abandoned church during a really dull seance. So A side yay, b-side - nay.


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