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Bit of a genre-hopper, this one. Opening with a barrage of pummelling shoegazey Kraut-psych that stops dead as the vocals come in only to stomp back in even harder, All The Saints clearly aren't here to piss about. Over the course of this 13-song album they offer us their own twisted take on indie rock, sometimes dropping down to sinewy minimal jams with dubby bass and ethereal, glassy guitars, sometimes aiming driving Cave-esque motorik psych rock sucker punches straight for your gut. In places the shoegaziness of it kind of makes it sound like if the Stone Roses had balls. Everything here sounds accomplished but you can hear influences coming in from all over the place, it's kind of like the most recent Girls album in that respect. One of the songs reminds me of that Chemical Brothers song with Noel Gallagher on it...Setting Sun?...It's like that crossed with latter-era Smashing Pumpkins. In its more psychedelic parts it sounds like Acid Mothers Temple at their most coherent. The psychedelic indie sound brings Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to mind in places, too, and there's some spiky, spindly noise punk that reminds me of early Liars...all over the shop, basically. Sinister dancey indie/psych rock to walk around feeling like a badass to.
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