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Don't know much about Dirty Beaches but covering Johnny Cash's 'The Singer' and combining it with this cool sleeve art is enough to bring me around. Slurred and minimalist in it's approach it's a excellent reinterpretation of the original and the addition of soft synth is a beaut. Their original 'Gone To Hell Come Friday' is a brooding country tinged Blues effort that's short in stature yet fantas ...

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Ltd split 7" on Soft Power Records.

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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 10 March 2011

Don't know much about Dirty Beaches but covering Johnny Cash's 'The Singer' and combining it with this cool sleeve art is enough to bring me around. Slurred and minimalist in it's approach it's a excellent reinterpretation of the original and the addition of soft synth is a beaut. Their original 'Gone To Hell Come Friday' is a brooding country tinged Blues effort that's short in stature yet fantastic in tone. Coner Prendergast is also a new name to me. Here we're treated to two tracks of lo-fi guitar and synth oddness. 'Pirahna' seems to deliberately teeter on the verge of rhythmic and melodic collapse yet still manages to communicate itself perfectly. 'Great To Be Here' is ramshackle in the best possible way and for some reason brings to mind Lætitia Sadier of Stereolab jamming with half of the 1980's Fall line-up.


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