Featuring this years most pretentious press release (which we'll do our best to transcribe into actual words) is this new 12" from top notch Manchester kraut pop lass Jane Weaver. The lead track is eight minutes of kraut grooves and gives fans who loved her 'Modern Kosmology' record more propulsive cosmic pop. Plus two more new tracks and obligatory Andy Votel mix.
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She keeps putting out your favie psych transmissions and ‘The Architect’ is solid proof that she doesn’t actually know how to stop. Jane Weaver gave us ‘Modern Kosmology’ in May, a grooving selection of hypnorock and universe side-stepping pop for the modern psychlord. This four track EP celebrates with an expansion pack for “The Architect”, played straight and then remixed over the course of eight minutes by one Andy Votel.
The transformation between single and rework is pretty staggering -- it doesn’t become a formal dance track, but it squelches its way into a rhythmically pulsating slab of motorik, occasionally abstracting into oblivion before finding its way back into the colourful, flourishing landscape Weaver offers even the most typical of her songs.
The extra tracks are proof once more of her endless versatility, with a folksy, strum-downpouring tune hummed over like a draft made from a park bench on “Code” -- the track links up with the seven minute “Element”, an homage to the tried and tested combo of bleating drum machine and keen melody. Another little victory.
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