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Sacred Bones are one of my favorite labels around at the moment. Their releases tend to look great, often with screenprinted sleeves and the like, and even the records I don't like are at least interesting enough to hold my attention since they don't shy away from outsider and borderline-unlistenable artists. Toronto's Trust are probably the closest they get to a pop act, and that no doubt is w ...

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 15 September 2011

Sacred Bones are one of my favorite labels around at the moment. Their releases tend to look great, often with screenprinted sleeves and the like, and even the records I don't like are at least interesting enough to hold my attention since they don't shy away from outsider and borderline-unlistenable artists. Toronto's Trust are probably the closest they get to a pop act, and that no doubt is why we have here been treated to what I believe may be Sacred Bones's first proper 12" single. The A-side is Bulbform, a spooky synthpop number with echoes of Depeche Mode and Suicide. On the flip we've got F.T.F., which marries their sonorous and precise krauty synth plod with a slight reggae bounce to really interesting effect. It sounds a bit like Washed Out at their (his?) laid back finest going on a dubbed out techno trip and is worth the admission price alone. Then we've got a beefed up mix of Bulbform to round things off. It's not a million miles away from the original, just noisier and more intrusive. A solid single, but it's the B side that's really caught my attention here.


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