Club AC30 do a pretty decent job of keeping the '90s going and Exit Calm were a big part of that strategy. The Barnsley four piece make widescreen rock with nods back towards the Verve and even further back towards Echo and the Bunnymen. It's the sort of stadium aiming psychedelia that makes you want to launch your fist in the air and appreciate the musicianship involved. This, their second LP is now available on limited yellow vinyl.   

Vinyl LP £16.99 AC3010091

Heavyweight transparent yellow vinyl LP in gatefold sleeve. Edition of 500 copies on Club AC30.

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CD £10.49 AC3010092

CD on Club AC30.

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The Future Isn't What It Used To Be by Exit Calm
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9/10 Rob 27th May 2014

Absolutely massive sounding LP from England’s Exit Calm. Reminds me of “Storm in Heaven” era Verve, early Puressence, with a dash of Ian Brown and Kasabian for good measure. Stands on its own merits to be clear…these guys are excellent, but it’s recommended if you like the above.

It’s also another beautiful piece of vinyl from the superb Club AC30 label. The vinyl speaks for itself…absolutely stunning transparent sunburst, and the gatefold sleeve is printed on nice reverse card. Looks, feels and sounds amazing.

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www.exitcalm.net


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