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Just a week after we last got something in from her, Meg “U.S. Girls” Remy is back again with a new 7” of her bedroom weirdpop. On the A side we’ve got ‘Rosemary’, a dubbed out lullaby with metronomic blown out bass drum pulses and Remy’s sultry vocals echoed and decayed into a wibbly ethereal unease accompanied by creepy little tinny unison keyboard melod ...

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Rosemary/ Sed Knife by US Girls
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 30 August 2012

Just a week after we last got something in from her, Meg “U.S. Girls” Remy is back again with a new 7” of her bedroom weirdpop. On the A side we’ve got ‘Rosemary’, a dubbed out lullaby with metronomic blown out bass drum pulses and Remy’s sultry vocals echoed and decayed into a wibbly ethereal unease accompanied by creepy little tinny unison keyboard melodies for a haunting and plaintive slice of minimal lo-fi dub pop.
On the flip there’s ‘Sed Knife’, which sees some insistent crapped out drum pulses in the background and a bold repetitive melody on keys and vocals. Her distinctive voice is a little more recognisable here as it’s less processed but still quite reverby. Both tasty bits of chillpop from this lo-fi mainstay.


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