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1 review »THE TELESCOPES are back with a new single on a Irish label called Trensmat. First off the cover is really striking as its loads of skulls in a wall but you can see that if you look right up. It's an evil wall.....Very dark. Musically it's also quite dark with bits of Spacemen 3, Suicide, Fuxa and even Stereolab in there. But Stereolab may be misleading as this is considerably darker tha ... »

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9/10 Phil Staff review, 16 November 2006
THE TELESCOPES are back with a new single on a Irish label called Trensmat. First off the cover is really striking as its loads of skulls in a wall but you can see that if you look right up. It's an evil wall.....Very dark. Musically it's also quite dark with bits of Spacemen 3, Suicide, Fuxa and even Stereolab in there. But Stereolab may be misleading as this is considerably darker than anything  I've ever heard by the post jazz moogsterkins. It's the moog you see. The bassline drives and thunders along ten to the dozen making an eerie hellish soundscape with all sorts of shenanigans going on in the background. Yet it's infinitely listenable. The list of instruments on this single is frightening...... therimins, bowed acoustic guitars, fooger moogers (I want one!), electronic bass, banjo skin with mallets, penny whistles... you name it. The best (and most evil) driving music I've heard in ages.

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