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1 review »What Chris Leo is doing now interests me greatly. A mosaic adorned, blue vinyl album by VAGUE ANGELS is here, on Red Cars Go Faster & it's utterly great. I get a feel of mantric space rock with a dreamy folk edge but there's so much more. Like the Velvet Underground if they took mushrooms instead of smack. A very pure & free music prevails on 'Let's Duke it Out at Kilkenny Katz' retaining ... »

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Let's Duke It Out At Kilkenny Katz by Vague Angels
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 14 December 2006
What Chris Leo is doing now interests me greatly. A mosaic adorned, blue vinyl album by VAGUE ANGELS is here, on Red Cars Go Faster & it's utterly great. I get a feel of mantric space rock with a dreamy folk edge but there's so much more. Like the Velvet Underground if they took mushrooms instead of smack. A very pure & free music prevails on 'Let's Duke it Out at Kilkenny Katz' retaining a love of alternatively tuned, minimal chords, his work is more full of a zesty love of life these days. His meandering lyrics punctuate the music, flowing freely along like a marriage made in heaven with occasional female backing vocals as an added bonus. Not quite the rambling Bob Dylan & Red Krayola, more like a soulful, daydreaming Jad Fair without the punchable bits. Phil says he's reminded of Can's Michael Mooney, for in the music too, there's an element of Can's trippy organic soul. The music is occasionally motorik but the layers are many, light & breezy, full of space & wonder. An unassuming & modest but ultimately visionary voice in rock, I'd utterly love this fluttering, delight to be album of the week. - Brian

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