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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 11 November 2010
Call me ignorant but I'm not familiar with any of the artist's here except for Zach Hill. If I lived in Sacramento (which is where all these artists are based) I'd more than likely know a bit about them but I'm a Leeds man, you know how it is. So anyway, I'll try and tell you a little about its tracks. Mason Lindahl's contribution is a spooky, abstract pop affair that verges on the balladry in parts and weaves a tapestry of whirring guitars and dubby basslines with excellent results. Ellie Fortune's 'Follow' is a fairly straight forward acoustic songwriting effort that is notable for it's fantastic vocal which is both classic and experimental in the best possible way. Very warm vocal tones. Raleigh Moncrief's ''You and Me, Baby' is a strange brew of Debruit-esque proportions. It's all cut up loops and grooves meant for dancing but also worthy of nerdy contemplation. Really like this ones amazing use of samples. Last up it's our man Zach Hill of Hella, Marnie Stern and Wavves (?). This guy oozes musical madness from every pore and 'Green Bricks' is no exception. A daft mix of drums, cut-up electronics and 'just for the sake of it' vocals to tie the whole thing together. Reminds me of the stuff he was doing on 'Bitches Ain't Shit But Good People' before Hella decided to be shit. I like it, I like the whole record. Sacramento has a lot of good shit on offer by the sounds of things.
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