Another Day in the Sun was originally by The Moffs. It was a jangling slice of ‘80s Australian psychedelia. Here, Dreems aka Angus Gruzman and Jaguar Ma aka Jono Ma, have collaborated to make a slow and beautiful, dream-like version that they've stripped down and rebuilt with influences as disperate as The Beach Boys and dub. Another Day In The Sun is the perfect way to end the summer.
7/10 Clinton Staff review, 22 September 2015Jagwar Ma could be a band seen as redundant now that Tame Impala have decided to come back sounding just like them, so instead they’ve teamed up with fellow Aussies Dreems for a 12” for a dream pop cover of further Aussies The Moffs. Where the original was jangly this is synth led and heat-hazed the only negativity being a) its not summer anymore and b) it’s over squeaked. The track is a real slow burner with slightly Panda Bear style vocals over a track which slowly builds and starts to catch fire when a pumping bass line takes charge. The chorus is a slight anti-climax after the efficient verses -- and yes, all those extra production squeaks and whistles are a little extraneous and distracting. Still, a nice enough track which won’t harm anyone. Overleaf you get quite a pulsating ‘dub’ version of the same track which sounds like Peaking Lights might have got their hands on it if it weren’t for the huge production values. It really thumps out of those speakers.
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