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1 review »These Latitudes LPs consistently impress me so it's no surprise to discover that this new one from The Entrance Band is a bit of a crazy psych monster of a record. The sleeves keep getting more elaborate, with this one having both the recently introduced snazzy die-cut LP sleeve, but a foil stamped design in the middle too. As for the music, the opening side consists of one giant, heavy riff ... »

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Untitled by The Entrance Band
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 21 March 2012

These Latitudes LPs consistently impress me so it's no surprise to discover that this new one from The Entrance Band is a bit of a crazy psych monster of a record. The sleeves keep getting more elaborate, with this one having both the recently introduced snazzy die-cut LP sleeve, but a foil stamped design in the middle too. As for the music, the opening side consists of one giant, heavy riffathon that reminds me of a slightly dirgier take on what Gnod were doing on their amazing recent Chaudelande LPs. The flip opens with more of a mystical slow-burner of a track, but when it gets going with its slow, pounding drums and bass there's plenty of momentum here too. Then things drop down to a single high-gain blues guitar lead soon joined by bass, drums and vocals for a bit of an unexpected alt-country excursion with plenty of bluesy grit and a loose, plodding groove. Quite funereal in a way, and it reminds me a little bit of the theme from The Wire...only with a surf guitar solo thrown in. Full of surprises, this record, and none of them unpleasant.


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