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3 reviews » Wow! That was gonna be my review. Just a simple wow..... I felt I owed you more than that so I'll add to it. Shit this is good! You still want more? We've been playing this pretty constantly for weeks now and it just gets better every single time we hear it. We got sent a promo of Leave Now For Adventure a month or so ago by someone who knew we'd love and had to hear it. He wasn't wrong. It' ... »

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Leave Now For Adventure by Feedle
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9/10 Phil Staff review, 15 March 2007
Wow! That was gonna be my review. Just a simple wow..... I felt I owed you more than that so I'll add to it. Shit this is good! You still want more? We've been playing this pretty constantly for weeks now and it just gets better every single time we hear it. We got sent a promo of Leave Now For Adventure a month or so ago by someone who knew we'd love and had to hear it. He wasn't wrong. It's just got to be one of the finest electronica albums of the year. The sounds, tunes, melodies, beats... they're all there in buckets and spades. If anyone remembers that first Abstrakt Keal Agram CD it reminds me of the genius of that. Initially the easy comparison is M83 (without the pomp) and 65 Days of Static with less rock. That's probably pretty accurate come to think of it. If you liked that recent Northstation album and are a fan of bedroom electronics then Feedle has created something you need in your life. At times the electronics are quite crunchy but they're interspersed with bagloads of melody and at times there's even some My Bloody Valentine style dronings in the background. It's quite 'indie' at times but it's heart is in pure electronics and it's truly quite experimental at times whilst staying firmly implanted on the side of greatness (rather than the side of toss). It's kind of having a similar effect to me as Pause did by Four Tet. I really can't recommend this enough. We still have a few of the 12" left from last week!! Thanks to Joe Clay for bringing this ace thing to our attention!

10/10 Steve Customer review, 19th April 2007

This is without a doubt the best new release I've come across since Sigur Ros' Takk... in the Autumn of 2005. Opening with a wall of crunchy white noise, Feedle goes on to construct a record of pure joy and effortless euphoria, transcending genres which transcend other genres to create a sound which is part M83, part 65daysofstatic, and part My Bloody Valentine, with a Boards-of-Canada-esque injection of childlike joy, wonder and innocence. Basically, this is a very special album and I cannot recommend it highly enough.


10/10 Jonesy Customer review,

A stunning collection of blissful and edgy electronics.Feedle has created a sound that's all his own - it's dreamy and psychedelic, with just a touch of meloncholly. OOh, and there's terrifying noises as well. There's a musicality present on this recording that some of Feedle's peers would sell their laptop for. You could loose yourself in this stuff. In fact, I think I will. Turrah!


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