This is classic pop record in a fine and noble Scots tradition.
I could go on and on, but I’d just say that if you like classic pop, get this.
Citay have a lot in common with Akron/Family, or so it seems, as both bands mine a tripped-out fusion of Krautrock and West Coast for their sound.
It’s easy to be lulled into thinking it’s yet another country-porch singer-songwriter release, but it’s got a wee bit more to it than that.
If you’re in the mood for some disco fun, then you should give this LP a spin, that’s for sure.
Joensuu are brilliant at creating a mood, and allowing their songs to grow in stature and intensity…
By the end things get quite giddy; and a cheering circle of similarly manic individuals urge the Loki-like presence to make just a few more ridiculous electronic squeals before bedtime..
Accadians make inspiring music. Actually (if it were possible), they sound better than last year.
The hall is filling up slowly with emaciated types with beards and fringes and hair clips. There’s soup on too.
Later, the spirit of Mrs Gaskell is invoked as well as other more sinister things – such as beards and Chorlton.