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1 review | 4 people love this record: be the 5th! Bound to be a winner. Bound to be. This is on the hip and cool Tri-angle label (Balam Acab etc.) and is caught along in the current trend for kids re-producing the sound of their parents records collection ebbing up through the bedroom floor when they were trying to nod off to sleep as children. So it fits in neatly with the Washed Out/Toro Y Moi blissed out sound but the half-remembered sounds in ... »

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Love Remains by How To Dress Well
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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 28 January 2011

Bound to be a winner. Bound to be. This is on the hip and cool Tri-angle label (Balam Acab etc.) and is caught along in the current trend for kids re-producing the sound of their parents records collection ebbing up through the bedroom floor when they were trying to nod off to sleep as children. So it fits in neatly with the Washed Out/Toro Y Moi blissed out sound but the half-remembered sounds in this case being slinky Prince B- sides, 80's R'n'B and gay disco. At times it comes across like a full-on collaboration between Jimmy Somerville and Burial, at others Arthur Russell discovering dubstep or a lo-fi take on Hercules and Love Affair's Antony-led disco shenanigans. Very impressive and it's gonna sound great on balmy summer evenings (if we get any this year) So to re-cap, what we have here is a spectral, home-baked, bedroom-produced Prince weeping into his 4-track late at night. 


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