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Mole Harness: All Your Memories Return At Once (Kesh) Instrumental un-rock with dashes of, at times, orchestral sounding synthesised treatments and FX. Dramatic swathes of string washes, reverbed, percussive textures and dubby atmospherics. Kesh is the new imprint from Televises' Simon Scott and there's elements of that band's shoegaze style fixation. The lonely pastoral vibe, serial use of keys ...

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All Your Memories Return At Once by Mole Harness
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8/10 Mingus Staff review, 01 May 2008
Mole Harness: All Your Memories Return At Once (Kesh) Instrumental un-rock with dashes of, at times, orchestral sounding synthesised treatments and FX. Dramatic swathes of string washes, reverbed, percussive textures and dubby atmospherics. Kesh is the new imprint from Televises' Simon Scott and there's elements of that band's shoegaze style fixation. The lonely pastoral vibe, serial use of keys and 'head down-get on with it' English melancholia of the track titles and attitude, call to mind the school of post-rock/electronica of Hood and offshoots Bracken and Declining Winter. When the shimmering guitars and glissando techniques employed on the title track kick in you'd be forgiven to think we were back in the eary nineties. Fans of the Hood brothers take heed, more to the point, if you like Seefeel's spacious moods there's something here for you too.

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