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1 review | 6 people love this record: be the 7th! I think I'm right in saying that this was the final release from post-rock legends Labradford before new projects, including the excellent Anjou took shape, and it's a pretty decent way to bow out. Opener 'Twenty' fills the whole of side one, and features the trademark bass sound coaxing you ever d ... »

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Fixed:Context by Labradford
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6 people love this record. Be the 7th!

8/10 Richard Customer review, 29th March 2017

I think I'm right in saying that this was the final release from post-rock legends Labradford before new projects, including the excellent Anjou took shape, and it's a pretty decent way to bow out.

Opener 'Twenty' fills the whole of side one, and features the trademark bass sound coaxing you ever deeper amongst the shimmering hum and clicks that accompany it towards it gorgeous climax. What a way to start the album!

'Up to Pizmo' opens side two and recalls a less intense Rothko, bass again to the fore but underpinned by a soft and insistent beat, more akin to Pan American. 'David' features a gentle drone before fading out with guitar and gentle washes of static, and closer 'Wien' is beautiful, a soft lulling closure to a great set of records. I can't think of a bad Labradford LP. It would be lovely to see these back on vinyl, but a bargain priced cd will do just fine for now.




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