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Another remarkable re-issue. The perpetrators of this lo-fi post punk racket could surely never have imagined it would see the light of day over 30 years later. Its an album of home recordings from a band whose claim to fame was to spawn George D Henderson later of New Zealand eccentric psych-poppers The Puddle. Even by today’s standards of re-issue anything culture its obscure. As is the mu ...

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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 29 May 2014

Another remarkable re-issue. The perpetrators of this lo-fi post punk racket could surely never have imagined it would see the light of day over 30 years later. Its an album of home recordings from a band whose claim to fame was to spawn George D Henderson later of New Zealand eccentric psych-poppers The Puddle. Even by today’s standards of re-issue anything culture its obscure. As is the music which sometimes recalls The Raincoats with rubbery bass and dub inflected drum clatter. Your enjoyment will depend on how deep you want to delve into the practice tapes of obscure late 70s NZ bands but there’s a certain off kilter charm to it and on tracks like ‘Keeper of The Flame’ you can see the roots of the pop nouse Henderson later utilised.


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