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Working For A Nuclear Free City continue to produced wonderfully left-field song-based music, working in swathes of ambience and pummelling electronic rhythms to their catchy tunes. What Do People Do All Day? is all about the swirl of modern city life, and sounds about as kaleidoscope and disorientating as that can be. On Melodic.


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What Do People Do All Day? by Working For A Nuclear Free City
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5 people love this record. Be the 6th!
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 03 February 2016
When you work in an office which is just one bit of DNA away from being that of Nathan Barley it’s a question I often ask myself. Playing and shouting seems to be the answer. In slightly related news I’m devastated to learn that there are 14 songs here. That’s more work for me then. At least Celer had the decency to make a one track album this week. Easy peasy.    This I think is WFANFC’s third album and they continue to do what they are good at, namely mix up Beta Band style lop-pop, kraut-rock, 90’s influenced dance with a touch of prog here and there to keep the Rick Wakeman fans happy. They aren’t ever going to do anything as blindingly obvious as put the best track first so I’m nestled in track ‘3’ which is quite wonderful. I imagine this is what the Stone Roses ‘Fools Gold’ sounds like to people who like it, brilliant scuttling rhythms, dubby guitars and synths and dreamy hazy vocals.  Also really good is 'Stop Everything’ a distorted acoustic number something like what you might have hoped the third Tame Impala record might sound like.   They’ve really thought about the production, I really like the way that pots and pans and bits from underneath the sink have been thrown into the mix. Fabbo stuff. It’s a right mixed bag this with some fabulous moments (Maston/Avalanches cross breed ‘New Day’ is a gorgeous instrumental for example), they often sound like three bands playing at once and remind us of the ’90’s when bands (Disco Inferno) would try putting anything together to see if it worked.    Beautiful structured chaos. 

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