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Woodsist are kranking 'em out at the mo. What with the new Ducktails record landing and now this beastie. Not heard White Fence before but they sound pretty interesting on first listen. Female vocals over swirly sounding 60's psych pop. The opener sets the pace with it's chugging rhythms and later gets quite disorientating as the guitars start to wobble and it sounds like record is warped. Only I' ...

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9/10 Phil Staff review, 16 January 2011

Woodsist are kranking 'em out at the mo. What with the new Ducktails record landing and now this beastie. Not heard White Fence before but they sound pretty interesting on first listen. Female vocals over swirly sounding 60's psych pop. The opener sets the pace with it's chugging rhythms and later gets quite disorientating as the guitars start to wobble and it sounds like record is warped. Only I'm playing a CD so that isn't possible! Fans of the Pebbles comps will love this as it's super authentic... there's elements of The Velvets in there with the sonky sounding guitars. It's thorughly endearing. There's elements of early the Paisley Underground sound and even some elements of the more experimental side of New Zealand pop (a bit of Chris Knox/ Tall Dwarfs) but it's essentially a quality 60's spych pop album and one which is really engaging on 1st listen. Excellent!




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