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02 Apr 12
Played by: In Flagranti
Review: Marking the second release on Jacques Greene's label, Holographic comes on instantly like a psychedelic indie rock take on electronica. There's an impressive diversity to the three tracks on this EP, from the beatless dream-pop of "Vitamin D" to the homespun funk of "Purple City", but the unifying factor is the fuzzed-out quality to every sound. Crumbly synth tones sound like they've sat out in the sun too long, while the beats feel like they're being played on the decking of a rickety beach shack south east of nowhere. With the season nearly upon us, it's the perfect time to let a little Arclight into your life.
16 Apr 13
Review: Now known to be a duo consisting of Lukid and Simian's Simon Lord, Arclight return to Jacques Greene's Vase label with Turntable Down, which from the title track immerses us in a world of aqueous synths, gnarly drum beats and nostalgic vocals. "Obsidian" is comparatively more uplifting but nonetheless euphoric and mesmeric, whilst "Hold Against The Light" heads brings forth some guitar-meshed rhythms without losing any of the duo's electronic tendencies. "One Seven Three Four" closes the EP in style for what is probably the most daring piece of acoustic-electronic-grunged out psychedelia on the entire release - recommended.