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Please note this review is for the deluxe version which is now sold out. This new Graveyard Tapes CD has really fancy packaging - it’s bound in a hardback book-style cover with a ten-panel fold-out display of Jamie Mills artwork and an A4 poster of the bat which graces the cover. On the CD itself the duo of Euan McMeeken and Matthew Collings serve up a collection of deliciously dark and sub ...

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9/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 21 March 2013

Please note this review is for the deluxe version which is now sold out.

This new Graveyard Tapes CD has really fancy packaging - it’s bound in a hardback book-style cover with a ten-panel fold-out display of Jamie Mills artwork and an A4 poster of the bat which graces the cover. On the CD itself the duo of Euan McMeeken and Matthew Collings serve up a collection of deliciously dark and subtle electro acoustic spook-pop with androgynous vocals and distant nighttime textures.

 

It’s a difficult record to pin down, veering between the ominous haunted darkness occupied by people like Anworth Kirk or Demdike Stare or The Caretaker, and a kind of pastoral, slightly neoclassical ennui which seems to draw on people like Dakota Suite, Empress, and even Hood’s quieter and more nocturnal moments. Dust off your favourite armchair, pour a glass of your favourite whiskey and settle down by your favourite window to stroke your favourite beard - you’re in for a treat.


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