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Hailing from North Carolina and part of a group called Boyzone (which amazingly isn’t the reformed Boyzone who recently popped the Jonathan Ross show to its very foundations, whilst at the same time wearing carefully manicured beards) what we get here is a messy strum that veers between Sentridoh like acoustic rattles (‘Silvering the Wing’), lo-fi electronic compositions made using twigs and bits of string (‘Form Me’), half-formed electronic pop (‘Beyond the Darkness’) and a meandering freeform piano and water cistern collaboration ‘Deleted Hill’.
It's all shot through with a kind of lo-est of lo-fi hiss. The record is intimate, carefully plucked and wilfully obscure. Very much for fans of the young Lou Barlow, John Davis, Khonnor or the Shrimper and Siltbreeze labels.
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