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1 review »Just before I knobbed off home early yesterday I switched my brain off from 'oblivious code monkey' mode for long enough to catch the closing song ('Auto Music 2') from this new album from Brian Reitzell, he of Redd Kross / Lost In Translation / Hannibal fame. It (the song in question) is a brilliant piece of Spectrum-like electronica - all happy and melodic - so I nabbed the p ... »

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Auto Music by Brian Reitzell
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9/10 Nathon Staff review, 20 May 2014

Just before I knobbed off home early yesterday I switched my brain off from 'oblivious code monkey' mode for long enough to catch the closing song ('Auto Music 2') from this new album from Brian Reitzell, he of Redd Kross / Lost In Translation / Hannibal fame. It (the song in question) is a brilliant piece of Spectrum-like electronica - all happy and melodic - so I nabbed the promo and have been listening to it ever since.

Anyway, featuring a return to collaboration with, amongst others, Kevin Shields the whole album is an absolute treat for the ears. Hopefully a proper person will be along to give it the review it deserves soon...


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