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While Black Dice goes from strength to strength (and many critics continue to fail to “get” it), Eric Copeland's non-BD output has been becoming increasingly intriguing of late as well, as he delves into weird submerged wonky '60s-inspired pop. His last 7” was totally excellent, and this one from his duo Bi, which also includes Jimi Hey, is really good too and along fairly si ...

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Ltd 7\" on Mexican Summer (Eric Copeland & Jimi Hey).

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9/10 Mike Staff review, 17 May 2012

While Black Dice goes from strength to strength (and many critics continue to fail to “get” it), Eric Copeland's non-BD output has been becoming increasingly intriguing of late as well, as he delves into weird submerged wonky '60s-inspired pop. His last 7” was totally excellent, and this one from his duo Bi, which also includes Jimi Hey, is really good too and along fairly similar lines.

This is two sides of blurry and psychedelic garage pop like a scuzzy take on the styles already rocked by the likes of Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, but Copeland being Copeland it's all a little bit weirder and more unsettling. The wibbly tropical vibes on the opening track are like Inner Tube having their sweet way with a Mikal Cronin song or something. Pure whacked out wibbly tropical summer goodness. When Copeland goes pop, I'm always interested.


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