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Too Pure see in 2014 with this lurid yellowy-green 7" by Spectres. It's quite good. The bass sounds really clangy which I always like and there's lots of splattery JAMC-esque noise but also a kind of ethereal droney feel with breathy one-note vocals and very few chord changes (which makes them all the more effective when they do appear). This kind of monotonous but violent approach really reminds ...

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Ltd green coloured vinyl 7" on Too Pure.

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 16 January 2014

Too Pure see in 2014 with this lurid yellowy-green 7" by Spectres. It's quite good. The bass sounds really clangy which I always like and there's lots of splattery JAMC-esque noise but also a kind of ethereal droney feel with breathy one-note vocals and very few chord changes (which makes them all the more effective when they do appear). This kind of monotonous but violent approach really reminds me of underappreciated late '90s combo Juno but with more heavily saturated distortion and less guitars.

B side 'Sooky Eyeball' is even noisier. The bass and guitar melt together in a white-hot crackling rumble and the vocals are reverbed into a ghostly drone that's smeared all over everything. Messy, like Urusei Yatsura getting into a food fight with Carnivores. This is good shit.

 

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