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Also catching my ear is this CD by Rings on Paw Tracks called 'Black Habit'. Searching for a reference i'd say a female Animal Collective with a hint of Bat For Lashes, thankyou Phil. It's eerie, gothic, dramatic & quirky gear. Spectral & minimal with vague vocals buried under skittering percussion, deep piano rolls, spidery snatches of guitar.....there's a bit of an Electrelane feel in th ...

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Black habit by Rings
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 07 February 2008
Also catching my ear is this CD by Rings on Paw Tracks called 'Black Habit'. Searching for a reference i'd say a female Animal Collective with a hint of Bat For Lashes, thankyou Phil. It's eerie, gothic, dramatic & quirky gear. Spectral & minimal with vague vocals buried under skittering percussion, deep piano rolls, spidery snatches of guitar.....there's a bit of an Electrelane feel in the looseness & wonky female harmonies. Obviously Kate Bush is an influence here as well as subtle references to varios mercurial & esoteric no wave & post-punk femmes. This music is weird, abstract, tribal & lo-fi. At times it borders on cavernlike sinister, like Liars jamming with some drunk witches. Stringed instruments, possibly violins & the like are heard being quietly bludgeoned under the scratchy percussive mantra whilst all sorts of disjointed wailing occurs. The pianos on this album are lovely, cyclical bursts of purity, battling with all kinds off freeform madness. This is definately one for folks who dig Leopard Leg & The New Sound of Numbers. I think this could just grow & grow. Spooky indeed!


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