A Magic Whistle is Andy Puls and he’s knocked it out of the park again with a pair of belters. Interpreting music from Tajikstan and Georgia - melding banjo and synth, voice and drum. The B-side is heavy on the whistles and pump organ. Best enjoyed loudly with tea and substances on a rainy afternoon. On 7” at 45rpm.
7" £5.99 CAT-004
7" on Casual Acid Tea in screen-printed sleeve.
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My friend John’s dad was apparently the first man in Leeds to wear a kaftan. He’d have liked this. In Mike’s review of number 1 in this series he admits that “this is such a confusing release that I’ve actually nearly finished listening to it by the time I’ve figured out what it actually is”. Same here. Nothing seems to make sense. Shall I just review the music? Ok, ok. Side A has an Eastern sounding instrumental with some snake charming guitar figures circling round a bongo. Overleaf is a completely different thing. It's a whistly tune, with some oddball harmonies and silly synth. Kind of like music for an oddball '70s children's tv show. A Magic Whistle is the artist, baffling already confused reviewers is his game.
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