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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Okay, I'm genuinely not sure if this is a collaborative LP between White Fence and Family/Perfume or if this is Family/Perfume Volume One by White Fence on their own...it's sounding good to my ears anyway. Fresh from their totally excellent collaboration with Ty Segall. They've taken influences from the garage pop of the '60s and the indie rock of more recent years to piece together this oddball 1 ... »

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Family Perfume Vol: 1 by White Fence
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Mike Staff review, 11 April 2012

Okay, I'm genuinely not sure if this is a collaborative LP between White Fence and Family/Perfume or if this is Family/Perfume Volume One by White Fence on their own...it's sounding good to my ears anyway. Fresh from their totally excellent collaboration with Ty Segall. They've taken influences from the garage pop of the '60s and the indie rock of more recent years to piece together this oddball 14 song collection of weirdo lo-fi that will appeal to fans of the Nuggets and Pebbles collections. The vibes here range from garage rock thumpers to quiet little acoustic numbers and sunny jangle-pop jams. There's a weird passage of concretey noise at one point as well but that seems to be a bit of a stylistic anomaly, although there are various other examples of weird and experimental recording techniques, like a song with really wild backwards drums that confuse your mind, but on the whole this is a pretty listenable and fun collection, like the Intelligence covering the Monkees or something, or sometimes like a hazy and distant Sic Alps. A bit wackier and more thrown-together-sounding than I'm used to from Woodsist but that's no complaint. Charmingly wonky experimental DIY indie-pop with enough catchy tunes crammed into its grooves to keep you humming all summer.


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