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Don't know anything about the two artists featured on this split so please excuse my ignorance and try enjoy my vague observations on said musicians. Viking Jews kick things off with a steadily evolving piece made up of three untitled compositions. This is really tranquil stuff in the vein of Dolphins Into The Future, James Ferraro's Clear/Discovery LP's or the Ducktails side of that Dracula Lewis ...

Vinyl LP £7.99 RTB#62

Split LP on Release the Bats (was £14.49).

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Viking Jews / Smycken by Viking Jews / Smycken
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 17 February 2011

Don't know anything about the two artists featured on this split so please excuse my ignorance and try enjoy my vague observations on said musicians. Viking Jews kick things off with a steadily evolving piece made up of three untitled compositions. This is really tranquil stuff in the vein of Dolphins Into The Future, James Ferraro's Clear/Discovery LP's or the Ducktails side of that Dracula Lewis split out on No Fun. Very uplifting New Age-style tones looped and sequenced to create a warm ambient feel that can't help but satisfy the dope smoking, ultra laid-back crowd. The Smycken side contains five tracks that begins in a similar fashion to the Viking Jews side before veering of into a sound akin to 'Ghoststep' or 'Witch House' or one of them modern terms used to describe a goth-infused variation on dance music. There are some great tracks here especially the chilling groove of 'Marble Slabz' and the kalimba looped doom of 'Mega House'. This is a mysterious yet highly recommendable slab of wax. Blue wax too. You should check it out.


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