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Phil has gone bananas somewhere else this week about the new album by M Ostemeier, and here is M. again in a different guise with his long running indie slowcore outfit Should. Just the 13 years since their last album then and don't be fooled, this is completely different from his solo work, but it does have similarities in its glistening, spectral sound. This is romantic, slow, glacial guitar pop ...

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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 06 May 2011

Phil has gone bananas somewhere else this week about the new album by M Ostemeier, and here is M. again in a different guise with his long running indie slowcore outfit Should. Just the 13 years since their last album then and don't be fooled, this is completely different from his solo work, but it does have similarities in its glistening, spectral sound. This is romantic, slow, glacial guitar pop that could be compared to your Galaxie 500, Damon and Naomi, Low end of the popular music market. Lots of jangling trebly guitars that remind me of Brighter and the Sarah Records gang. A slow burner for sure, but those into that wave of mid 90's strummers who eschewed speed for carefully drawn out precise songcraft.


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