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1 review »An epic trip from Londoner ‘Eye’, now. Just when I thought my day couldn’t get any better. Boy, was I wrong. A drawn-out, spacey introduction with staccato synth, vocal out of an eighties disco dub version, occasional percussion and stuttery drum machine all cloaked in an electronic haze soon give way to reveal an impressively kaleidoscopic slow-jamming, intergalactic head-nodder ... »

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  • EYE004 / One-sided 12" on Eye in hand painted sleeve
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004 by EYE
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9/10 Jamie Staff review, 13 June 2016

An epic trip from Londoner ‘Eye’, now. Just when I thought my day couldn’t get any better. Boy, was I wrong. A drawn-out, spacey introduction with staccato synth, vocal out of an eighties disco dub version, occasional percussion and stuttery drum machine all cloaked in an electronic haze soon give way to reveal an impressively kaleidoscopic slow-jamming, intergalactic head-nodder. “Because machines get lonely too darlin’…”, comes the refrain emoting the bittersweet feelings of all that circuitry.

I’m hearing echoes of Arthur Russell at his most underwater. Waves of warm, pulsing synth and panoramic electronics break down into sections where Eye sings and gently rocks those synths, tweaking them into little paroxysms of weeping delight as Prince looks down from the heavens approvingly, clapping his hands and tapping a stiletto, as strummed acoustic instrumentation rains down multicoloured candy drops, interweaved with cosmic woodwind. I liked it, but I have the feeling everything else will seem monochrome today.



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