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Cat: KRANK 107. Rel: 20 Apr 07
  1. Flourescent Grey
  2. Dr Glass
  3. Like New
  4. Wash Off
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Cat: CADD 2822. Rel: 27 Jun 14
  1. Cover Me (Slowly) (Microcastle)
  2. Agoraphobia
  3. Never Stops
  4. Little Kids
  5. Microcastle
  6. Calvary Scars
  7. Green Jacket
  8. Activa
  9. Nothing Ever Happened
  10. Saved By Old Times
  11. Neither Of Us, Uncertainly
  12. Twilight At Carbon Lake
  13. Backspace Century (Weird Era Cont)
  14. Operation
  15. Ghost Outfit
  16. Dot Gain
  17. Vox Celeste
  18. Cicadas
  19. Vox Humana
  20. VHS Dream
  21. Focus Group
  22. Slow Swords
  23. Weird Era
  24. Moon Witch Cartridge
  25. Calvary Scars II/Aux Out
Review: Brandon Cox's future-guitar crusaders made a landmark release with this 2008 album Microcastle which re-invented indie-guitar pop through a prism of psychedelic invention and Radiohead-esque avant-magic, creating a powerful elixir that chimed with the here and now just as it was satisfying long-term lovers of sultry shoegaze and effects-pedal euphoria. Moreover, the savant axe man was prolific enough to quickly come up with the Weird Era Cont follow-up after Microcastle prematurely leaked, creating a seductive cocktail of effects-pedal squall, songwriting classicism and ambient fever-dreams that haunts the consciousness. Taken as one, this is a potent document by an almost unnaturally talented modern iconoclast.
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Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? (grey vinyl LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: 4AD 0089LP. Rel: 18 Jan 19
  1. Death In Midsummer (4:20)
  2. No One's Sleeping (4:24)
  3. Greenpoint Gothic (2:03)
  4. Element (3:00)
  5. What Happens To People? (4:20)
  6. Detournement (3:25)
  7. Futurism (2:50)
  8. Tarnung (3:08)
  9. Plains (2:13)
  10. Nocturne (6:19)
Review: The preaching sirens of Deerhunter return, long has everyone been waiting, since the band's Fading Frontier LP of 2015. The group have moved on from the pinky-pop nostalgia they've described as their last album, and moved into and towards a darker and more intensifying feel. The Atlanta group's eighth full-length in total finds itself tripping out on klaviers and chant-like numbers as heard in "Element" and the rickety jingle of album opener "Death In Midsummer". While there's some crooked-eye positivity to be found in the James Dean referencing "Plains", the masterwork of the band's ambient and cinematic scope remains as strong as ever, and alongside Bradford Cox's undeniable haunt, vocal contributions and extra (subtle) hints of subversive nihilism come from Cate Le Bon and White Fence's Tim Presley.
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