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This is the second album by Found and this time they have the walloping might of Chemikal Underground behind them. Initial impressions - very Scottish, dodgy rhyming couplets but it gets better as it goes on. It sounds a little like a Hot Chip that grew up on Wire and Josef K rather than Sylvester or whatever it was they were listening to, in that the song structures are staccato and kind of R& ...

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Gatefold LP + download on Chemikal Underground.

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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 11 March 2011

This is the second album by Found and this time they have the walloping might of Chemikal Underground behind them. Initial impressions - very Scottish, dodgy rhyming couplets but it gets better as it goes on. It sounds a little like a Hot Chip that grew up on Wire and Josef K rather than Sylvester or whatever it was they were listening to, in that the song structures are staccato and kind of R&B influenced but the music is taut and angular using guitars to ebb out new and interesting textures. The faint whiff of early 70's glam rock boogie seems to appear in a few tracks as do the modern pop moves of The Klaxons. I suspect they may have been listening to Sparks and The Associates in order to come up with this distinctive brew but it does veer off in odd directions. The intelligent songwriting and dry production sometimes recalls Field Music. In short interesting, twisty art rock.



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