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It's always an occasion to celebrate is a new Prefuse album. I was pretty much obsessed by him from the start and his recent albums have been welll.. mmm ... so so. But after spending a couple of hours with 'The Only She Chapters' I can vouch for it's ample goodness. He was the king of glitchy soulful cut up stuff and there's a hefty element of that on this album but it's way more mellow. It' ...

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9/10 Phil Staff review, 20 April 2011

It's always an occasion to celebrate is a new Prefuse album. I was pretty much obsessed by him from the start and his recent albums have been welll.. mmm ... so so. But after spending a couple of hours with 'The Only She Chapters' I can vouch for it's ample goodness. He was the king of glitchy soulful cut up stuff and there's a hefty element of that on this album but it's way more mellow. It's way less beaty than previous affairs and it has a lot more in common with some of the modern compositional music that's kicking about today. There's a hefty dose of neo-classical goodness in there as well as his glitchy style of electronics all smothered in that warm organic feel he creates somewhat effortlessly. The other key thing to mention about this album is the plethora of female vocalists who add a whole new dimension to it. They turn into a dreamy ethereal affair with you being transported to some special kind of place which only has good things in it (the best kind of place!) So you get the late great Trish from Broadcast (RIP), Zola Jesus, the vocalist from My Brightest Diamond and lots of other women who sound like The School Of Seven Bells who aren't. There's plenty of weird soundscapes and experimental things going on in here but also lots of tunes. Something for everyone!


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