It’s got something of that lackadaisical attitude that The Saints, Royal Trux or the Teardrop Explodes used to spread around, and should be the soundtrack to lots of bedsit rave ups.
Given the way Josephine Foster’s I’m A Dreamer is produced and presented, it should come as no surprise as the whole enterprise feels totally out of step with the present time.
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All over in 36 minutes too, how the FUCK did they manage to cram all of that in in such a short time?
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I’d say this is an essential LP, really worth listening in to. It’s enervating, tough, uncompromising and something that is at times, pretty bloody far out whilst being incredibly accessible.
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Broderick’s work always reminds me of things that Rodelius does; especially when you take into account those very minimal, spacious, but melancholic piano runs…
It’s deceptively quiet, under the radar music that heralds (I bloody hope) a great LP from this German duo.
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So, mental baggage left firmly in the rubbish dump, we can say this record is as diverse and refreshing as can be.
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So Relent is not really something that will grab you, but then, I suppose its main strengths are its patience, its disarming simplicity and its clever sense of balance.
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Shades on, quiet, and curled up in a monstrously big leather chair, Dee Dee was charm itself but maybe bemused at the ridiculously early interview time.
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I’m trying to protect the artists on the label, and the listeners for Erased Tapes from that, from that mono-world.
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