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This new EP from Piskie Sits is a slackers call to arms. It makes you want to shuffle about in a plaid shirt. It makes you feel like wearing woolly hats in Summer. They take the best parts of such alt-rock acts as Pavement, Vaselines and maybe even Sonic Youth, and fashion four solid tracks of quality slacker rock. The guitar lines chime, the drums thud and stomp, the bass rumbles and sits well in the mix. The vocals have that sort of Steve Malkmus feel, which punctuate certain parts and trail off with joyous zeal. They have released a fuckload of 7" on numerous labels all of which have a certain lo-fi charm. This EP also has that quality. I reckon the songs are pretty good, my favourite being the simply amazing "Sweet Little Weasel". It's almost perfect slacker rock. It has a really funny sleeve too! I reckon this EP may be a grower. It doesn't try to grab you by the lapels, it sort of takes your hand and leads you down to slackersville. Not as good as Wakefield's other finest musical export, Be Bop-Deluxe but way better than the same town's very own Intoxicated Twins, The Cribs.
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