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1 review »Molly Nilsson has made quite a name for herself since this debut album first came out on CD in 2008, so it’s only right that it’s finally seeing a proper vinyl release, with a couple of bonus tracks to bring it up to a mammoth 17 tracks, and a lovely screenprinted poster too. As for the record itself, while I don’t have time to survey the entire thing I’m very much enjoyin ... »

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  • DSA016 / LSSN023 / Black + white vinyl gatefold 2LP inc. A2 screen-printed poster on Dark Skies Association / Night School. Edition of 600 copies
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These Things Take Time by Molly Nilsson
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 29 May 2014

Molly Nilsson has made quite a name for herself since this debut album first came out on CD in 2008, so it’s only right that it’s finally seeing a proper vinyl release, with a couple of bonus tracks to bring it up to a mammoth 17 tracks, and a lovely screenprinted poster too.

As for the record itself, while I don’t have time to survey the entire thing I’m very much enjoying a trawl through LP1. The big surprise here is that ‘Hey Moon’ by John Maus isn’t actually by John Maus, which I hadn’t realised until I heard Nilsson’s starkly beautiful original closing side B. Generally the story here is intimate bedroom synthpop with introspective lyrics, understated arrangements and a charmingly lo-fi construction. Her more recent album ‘The Travels’ drew Zola Jesus comparisons from our Clint (who didn’t like it as much as me), and in the context of those this album is more similar to Terror Bird - tentative homemade synthpop cool with genuine intrigue and depth and personality.




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