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1 review »The debut LP from Eat Lights Become Lights wears its krautrock influences on its face. It has a right Neu feel to it. You can really imagine listening to this record in your wagon while speeding down der autobahn. Most of the songs on this album have a real urgent quality to them that I like. Most of the tracks are instrumental, but that's not a bad thing as the absence of vocals leaves a space th ... »

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Autopia by Eat Lights Become Lights
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8/10 Dave Staff review, 24 March 2011

The debut LP from Eat Lights Become Lights wears its krautrock influences on its face. It has a right Neu feel to it. You can really imagine listening to this record in your wagon while speeding down der autobahn. Most of the songs on this album have a real urgent quality to them that I like. Most of the tracks are instrumental, but that's not a bad thing as the absence of vocals leaves a space that is great to indulge yourself in. Your mind can fully appreciate the throbbing bass lines and the ace musicianship. The 10 songs on this album are really well composed and sound great. They remind me also of Holy Fuck with their propulsive style of songwriting. They are quite exciting to listen to. For some reason they remind me of flying through space on a really badly superimposed background. Most of the tracks on this LP are really top-shelf (well in this country) my favourite at the moment is the powerful "Konst" it just sounds awesome. There are a few ermmm,...tender moments on this record too, which is no bad thing. You know you gotta tame the beast sometimes. This debut album was a real pleasure to listen to even though a member of our staff who shall remain nameless actually thinks some of the passages sound like music for Tampax ads....but he's currently getting bonced off ecstacy pipes in the staff toilet. Deutchland uber alles....what do you mean they're from London?? Ohh shit......


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