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Boomkat Product Review:
First things first; this record is utterly lovely! An Aussie trio of dust-rockers, Dirty Three make the kind of effervescent music that Mogwai use to buffer the bellicose guitar bits, liberally doused in heart-ache strings and chiming melodies that cant help but evoke some teary-eyed wonder. Standing at a whopping 19 tracks, 'Cinder' is not readily divided into separate strands, with the Dirty Three seemingly intent on presenting the album as a single, cohesive piece. Yet whilst this could have easily descended into an overblown bout of studio time, Warren Ellis, Mick Tuner and Jim White craft fluttering compositions from their traditional oeuvre; with an effect not dissimilar to avant-inclined contemporary chamber music. Dusted throughout by a significant Celtic-influence, 'Cinder' is gorgeous and swelling post-rock writ wonderfully tender through Dirty Three's obvious passion and acute musical accomplishment.