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Ooh, bit of a surprise, this one. I was expecting some straight up indie pop clattering, but instead it's quite a drifty psychedelic thing with Hooky-style bass chords and washed out vocals and bright, chiming guitars keeping the melodies focused. I'm really impressed, actually. Quite an unusual bit of kraut-psych-gaze with lots of ideas and a well-rounded sound that's both ethereal and driving in ...

Vinyl 7" £3.99 £2.00 MT012

7" on Marshall Teller Records.

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Drip Haze by Colours
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8/10 Mike 28 February 2012

Ooh, bit of a surprise, this one. I was expecting some straight up indie pop clattering, but instead it's quite a drifty psychedelic thing with Hooky-style bass chords and washed out vocals and bright, chiming guitars keeping the melodies focused. I'm really impressed, actually. Quite an unusual bit of kraut-psych-gaze with lots of ideas and a well-rounded sound that's both ethereal and driving in equal measure. On the other side there's two shorter tracks. Rocker 'Our Trip', with its groove hanging off a delayed guitar and yet more submerged vocals (though not as washed out as on the A side)...this one sounds quite '80s in a way. It's like a snotty youthful Echo & The Bunnymen with a seam of GBV lo-fi scuzziness running through its heart. As far as contemporaries go, I guess it's not a million miles from the excellent Sauna Youth. Then we've got the blown out almost tropical drift groove of closer 'Nightclimb' to round off the single in style. It's all about the A side really though. Prob'ly worth mentioning they're numbered out of 250 with tasty five-colour screenprinted covers too.



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