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Genuinely not really sure what to make of this. We've got four songs of really breezy and listenable bedroom pop from trans-generational lo-fi weirdos Ariel Pink and R Stevie Moore. The opening track, the only one on which they collaborate both on the songwriting and performing, has a really annoying drum machine beat that sounds like it's off a cheap keyboard but everything else about it is qui ...

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Ku Klux Glam EP by Ariel Pink & R. Stevie Moore
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9/10 Mike 11 April 2012

Genuinely not really sure what to make of this. We've got four songs of really breezy and listenable bedroom pop from trans-generational lo-fi weirdos Ariel Pink and R Stevie Moore.

The opening track, the only one on which they collaborate both on the songwriting and performing, has a really annoying drum machine beat that sounds like it's off a cheap keyboard but everything else about it is quite lush and poppy and a little bit like the Eurythmics? The remaining two numbers are both R Stevie originals. The next one 'Come My Way' goes jangly and summery and takes us surprisingly deep into bright and breezy radio pop territory with dense arrangements and big vocal harmonies in the chorus. Finally the flipside gets 'No Zipper' all to itself, eschewing the pop vibes of the A side for a wonky bit of grandiose post-punk that's much more hard-hitting and lively.

Surprisingly enough, all these songs are completely listenable and very different from one another. Not just a clever name.


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