A second album of ghostly mysteriousness arrives from Ectoplasm Girls, 5 years after their debut. New Feeling Come is a set of ravaged ambience and haunted synth-pop from the Swedish sisters, sure to leave the listener with uncanny vibes. Only 300 copies of this LP are available, courtesy of iDEAL Recordings.
LP £12.99 iDEAL143
Repress LP on iDEAL Recordings. Edition of 300 copies.
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9/10 6ft5 Customer review, 3rd February 2017
This album is a must have. A gem!
Subtle and a bit easy to dismiss on a first listen but give it time. It grows on you. It´s dark but still have some sort of promise due to an underlying sense of humor. Makes me think alittle bit about Coil but they have their own style.
An album to listen to with headphones on a long walk or really loud on a decent soundsystem. The vinyl is richer in texture (as always). I hope to see Nadine and Tanya Byrne live sometime soon. New Feeling Come is in my top charts!
8/10 Richard Customer review, 30th January 2017
Tanya and Nadine Byrne aka Ectoplasm Girls released a really cracking LP 'TXN' back in 2011 that was both spooky and deep, with repeated listens paying great rewards. It was more immediate than the follow up 'New Feeling Come' which to my ears upon first listen just kind of drifted by in a hazy post dub lo-fi manner and left me feeling disappointed.
Silly me. This record also has that rather wonderful habit of revealing itself over repeat plays, and like all good music it demands your attention. It could easily sit alongside the latest Raime LP in terms of style, and seems to remind me very much of the atmosphere Greek dronesters Mohammad are able to conjour up, although instrumentally it sounds very different. Right now I keep returning to it, and enjoy it more with each listen. The good news is that Ideal have reissued it, and it's only £13, which in these Brexit cost inflated days (Bella Union's pricing for their ltd 2LP editions being a recent example) is a chuffin bargain.
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