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'For The Recently Found Innocent' is many things:

the fifth White Fence album the first White Fence album to be recorded outside the bedroom fence (with live drumming!) the first White Fence record to be produced for Drag City the second time that Tim Presley and Ty Segall have met to record music.

Inevitably, the collision at the intersection of all these winding roads is a beautiful pile-up of deep impacts, graceful lines and open space embodied in sound. 


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For The Recently Found Innocent by White Fence
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9/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 18 July 2014
I'm kicking off a heavy Friday's reviewing with the latest offering from Tim "White Fence" Presley. The lo-fi psych-popster has been hinting at more and more accessible things on his last couple of LPs, the excellent 'Cyclops Reap' and 'Pink Gorilla', and that's pushed sharply to the fore here as he enters a proper studio with his buddy Ty Segall (incidentally, if you like filthy garage-psych and haven't heard the pair's recently-reissued collab LP 'Reverse Shark Attack', I would advise you to get on that), recording outside the confines of his own bedroom for the first time. Mikal Cronin pops up playing piano on one track too, the whole family's here.   Gone is the sharp, tangy weirdness of his playful and anarchic and often self-sabotaging home production, giving Presley's songwriting a chance to take centre stage. He writes good songs, too, somewhere between the post-Nuggets school of American garage pop and a more British psych-pop sound reminiscent of the Kinks, Byrds, Strawbs et al. I'm particularly liking the surging Who-esque jangle of 'Like That', but I feel like I need a few more listens to properly get my head round what is quite a varied and densely written album. It's a keeper.



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