The first disc kicks off with "Happy ever after", an extended Stone(r) Roses groove/jam and "Oscillate" where a super-lazy Stereolab drone over trashy breakbeats. "Hypnotist twist" is not the Mark E. Smith cut it should be, instead it's a Sgt Pepper-era Beatles disorganisation production that comes together at the right moments to create glorious noise and open "Mk II". On the other side "TFS #8" pays spiritual homage to Can's "EFS" tribal loop series although with a more electronic edge. "Mk III" finds us "Out there" in two parts, one per side. The first is the outward journey, a garage psych festival song which flips into reverse for the ride home and intensifies, a dark return trip. Like the Doors without an organ but also without a crescendo and hence an uneasy ending.
3 singles that could be at least 4 different bands, which is how we like it round here: quality, quantity and idiosyncrasy. firstname.lastname@example.org or Unit 1, Union Bridge Mill, Roker Lane, Pudsey, W. Yorks, LS28 9LE.