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I almost jumped out of my skin when I hit play on 'Let Your Friends In' by Warmer Milks. Immediately I assume this is gonna be a noise album but that's not the case. A few minutes into the first tune and the band enter heavy rock terrain with fairly lo-fi production values and black metal vox. Not the cacophony of blistering chaos implied by the opening few mins.The tempo is fairly upbeat but the ...

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Let Your Friends In by Warmer Milks
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 31 January 2008
I almost jumped out of my skin when I hit play on 'Let Your Friends In' by Warmer Milks. Immediately I assume this is gonna be a noise album but that's not the case. A few minutes into the first tune and the band enter heavy rock terrain with fairly lo-fi production values and black metal vox. Not the cacophony of blistering chaos implied by the opening few mins.The tempo is fairly upbeat but the overall feel is somewhat heavy, druggy and sludgy. It makes me feel a bit wobbly like. It's even slightly psychedelic and proggy at times. This wouldn't be out of place on the Load roster. The second and final (!) tune 'The Wanderer' has all sorts of weird guitar bits wandering in and out of the mix while a guitar chug holds the thing together. This sounds like it could be loosely improvised what with all the meandering. Percussion jingles are added into the brew and the occasional twang hints at funk. Sadly my fairly low attention span loses interest about 13 mins through the track but it suddenly becomes interesting again and holds my attention until the end. The painting on the front of the sleeve by Robert Beatty is gorgeous. May well appeal to fans of Sunburned Hand Of The Man. The vocals are somewhere between Alan Vega and that dude from Nautical Almanac.


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