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Boomkat Product Review:
Being at the forefront of the New Weirdness sub-genre or whatever we are deciding to label it this week can't be easy. What with all those cdr releases, random shows in people's back gardens, not washing for weeks and abusing copious amounts of mind altering substances you'd hardly think they have time for being legendary. Wooden Wand seem to manage just fine though, and with an album of this quality who's bothered what the neighbours might say about those rainsticks and temple bells! So what's the record like? Well, it's certainly deeper than your usual hipster-folk fodder, long psychedelic instrumental passages occasionally accompanied by vocals and enswathed in that all important tape hiss (well we wouldn't want to think they actually had proper equipment now would we?). Ranging from the classic rock influenced 'Risen From the Ashes' to the bells-and-cabaret-synth weirdness of 'Satya Sai Scupetty Plays "Reverse Jam Band"' Buck Dharma is certainly a varied album, and an accomplished one. Some might find the home recorded skittish sound a little offputting, but rather this than another clean, over polished James Blunt album please! Beautiful.