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1 review »Roe Enney’s ‘Glare’ LP on Root Strata has been really hitting the spot for me this past week. If you’ve a penchant for the narcotic sounds of HTRK and the irresistible bedroom pop of Cala dal Forno and the ethereal beauty of Tropic of Cancer then I highly recommend checking this one out. She builds her tracks on a foundation of rudimentary, primitive, skeletal drum machine ... »
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  • RS107 / LP on Root Strata. Edition of 300 copies
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Glare by Roe Enney
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 15 June 2017

Roe Enney’s ‘Glare’ LP on Root Strata has been really hitting the spot for me this past week. If you’ve a penchant for the narcotic sounds of HTRK and the irresistible bedroom pop of Cala dal Forno and the ethereal beauty of Tropic of Cancer then I highly recommend checking this one out. She builds her tracks on a foundation of rudimentary, primitive, skeletal drum machine with bass guitar that occasionally recalls early post-punk era stuff from The Cure. She definitely has some tunes and a few hooks here and there, but generally speaking things are somewhat weirder and zoned than the aforementioned artists. ‘Glare’ has a really enticing, rawer edge. Occasionally her voice reminds me of Indra Dunis from Peaking Lights if she were singing on crepuscular lo-fi, gloomy, experimental pop as opposed to sunshine disco-fied electro pop. So like maybe imagine she joined Clay Rendering or something - but I’m clutching at straws here to articulate where this takes me, as there’s something inexplicably stirring about this beautifully intimate record.


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