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Someone has just put Shellac on in the office and it’s kinda hard to hear this new Naph 2CD set properly. Hang on let me turn up the volume...Okay, I can hear it now. Firstly these things look lovely. They come in a mega thick gatefold cardboard sleeve with some nice starry space action on the sleeve. Mmmmm...space action. The first disc is called ‘Far Sounds’ and it‘s ...

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Autumn Of The Saroos by Naph
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 30 October 2012

Someone has just put Shellac on in the office and it’s kinda hard to hear this new Naph 2CD set properly. Hang on let me turn up the volume...Okay, I can hear it now. Firstly these things look lovely. They come in a mega thick gatefold cardboard sleeve with some nice starry space action on the sleeve. Mmmmm...space action.

The first disc is called ‘Far Sounds’ and it‘s 16 tracks of pastoral delicate guitar plucking with the occasional trumpet. In between those tracks there’s some more tonal cosmic action with strange frequencies and tones sounding more like something from an old electronic library music album. The styles fit together nicely with the almost twee guitar tracks mixing well with the weird cosmic electronic ones.

The second disc is called ‘Autumn of The Saroos’ and is comprised of four tracks which are on the more experimental tip. They’re more like the weird tonal electronic tracks from the first disc though it sounds like there’s a healthy dose of field recordings in there as well. There’s lots of strange noises and ambience to mess your head up with. So in a nutshell the first disc is tuneful...this one isn’t!


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