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This one's a satisfying mixture of throwback elements.. Doo-woppy guitars, sweet sixties pop type vocals, Phil Spector drum beats, a slight hint of Britpop; all put together to form a tidily ambitious five-track indie pop EP. Vocalist Gemma's certainly got a fine set of pipes (Phil mentioned Catatonia in his review for the last EP and she does have a little touch of Cerys Matthews about her) and t ...

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5 track EP on heavy vinyl edn of 300.

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8/10 Brett Staff review, 14 October 2010

This one's a satisfying mixture of throwback elements.. Doo-woppy guitars, sweet sixties pop type vocals, Phil Spector drum beats, a slight hint of Britpop; all put together to form a tidily ambitious five-track indie pop EP. Vocalist Gemma's certainly got a fine set of pipes (Phil mentioned Catatonia in his review for the last EP and she does have a little touch of Cerys Matthews about her) and the tunes sound like they'd lodge in your head without much trouble at all given a couple of listens.. Job done I guess! Have a go on it at 33rpm, it sounds well Lynchian..


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