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I thought this was gonna be well noisy but I should have realised that as it's on Woodsist it wasn't gonna be noisy at all and it's more than likely gonna be ace cos Woodsist know their shit. So some of you may know that Pete Nolan who is the main dude being Spectre Folk is possibly more known for his work in Magik Markers? And the idea of Ghost Folk is so you can play it when you're dead. Makes perfect sense. I know as soon as I die I'm gonna be rushing to the stereo to whack this on. Actually I'm gonna be dead so I'm not gonna be rushing anywhere. Mind you I rarely rush anywhere these days... oh I'm rambling again. This EP (play at 45) features Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) on drums, Peter Meehan (The Grey Lady) hits a guitar and Aaron Mullan (Tall Firs) touches bass and together they do play music. It's very psyche-y sounding rock with fuzzy guitars making me think of Yo La Tengo, MV & EE and eve bits of Moon duo and Neu! with it's motorik psyche fuzzyness. It's great fun and way way poppier than I expected. You'll have some fun with this baby, just like I'm doing now.
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