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Shoehorning this review in here. That's HERE. Yarp. It's a CD by Atlas Sound who is Bradford Cox from Norm faves Deerhunter. Don't know how to accurately describe this but it sounds like future shoegaze to me. Beautifully atmospheric music with drifting clouds of treated guitar fog hovering over minimal percussion, vocals floating spectrally at first but coming back down to earth as tracks pr ...

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Let The Blind Lead Those That Can see But Cannot Feel by Atlas sound
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 01 August 2008
Shoehorning this review in here. That's HERE. Yarp. It's a CD by Atlas Sound who is Bradford Cox from Norm faves Deerhunter. Don't know how to accurately describe this but it sounds like future shoegaze to me. Beautifully atmospheric music with drifting clouds of treated guitar fog hovering over minimal percussion, vocals floating spectrally at first but coming back down to earth as tracks progress. This is glacial space pop with heart, a wall of twinkling synths envelop your soul as the simple metronomic beats & ethereal sounds lull you into a delightful mindset. It's very widescreen sounding, blending Deerhunter's sonic cathedrals (hehe) with elements of Brad Laner's woozy experimentalism, Cornelius's cerebral avant-pop & even mild touches of Arcade Fire/Flaming Lips style celebration. It's a journey of warm, epic proportions. Much more than mere audio wallpaper, I can see this capturing many a heart this year. This would be Album of the week material but we got it late so ho hum!

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