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I'm liking the sleeve. The lady on the left's dress is very my mums ironing board circa '74. It gives no indication of the music contained within, neither does Robin's review of their previous which references Stars of the Lid and Max Richter. This is nothing of the sort.  Instead we get cinematic, slowly building instrumental music that recalls a slowed down Pell Mell with synths. On 'Kanse ...

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Limited white vinyl LP on Feeder Recordings. Edition of 300 copies.

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Sunshine, Maybe by Tired Tape Machine
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 02 November 2016

I'm liking the sleeve. The lady on the left's dress is very my mums ironing board circa '74. It gives no indication of the music contained within, neither does Robin's review of their previous which references Stars of the Lid and Max Richter. This is nothing of the sort. 

Instead we get cinematic, slowly building instrumental music that recalls a slowed down Pell Mell with synths. On 'Kanselbortfall' they create icy soundscapes using glittering guitars and washes of synth which comes across as Mogwai at their most uplifting. 'Five' showcases a darker murkier side with weird chanted vocals and pummelling drums. I'm reminded of the quieter end of Swans and gregorian chanting.

Overleaf things get discordant on 'Lost Sleep' which makes sense of those earlier neo classical comparisons but I'm happier when they make smoother glacial post rock on 'Pull the String' which utilises an enjoyable tangle of guitars and bass sitting amongst skittering post rock drums. Kind of a bit La Bradford, a bit Do Make Say Think. 

Strange atmospheric post rock and sound fields to make you feel extra on edge.  




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