Boomkat Product Review:
Shortly after their mind-blowing Nate Young LP, the incredible NNA Tapes presents the luxuriant Dub-Pop contours of Co La's masterful debut album. 'Daydream Repeater' creates a space where choice fragments of sun-drenched Jamaican Rocksteady and fifties American Pop form kaleidoscopic new compounds, their essence teased and weaved into a lush lattice of genuinely fresh-sounding and experimental, minimalist Pop collaging. Imagine if Steve Reich had taken a left turn into Jamaican and American pop in the '80s and there's every chance it would sound a little like this; spellbinding loops and so much spare, clean space we're intoxicated. But what Co La also bring to the table is a sense of sophisticated, efficient funk, a refreshingly uncluttered feel for rhythmic arrangement weirdly reminding of Mark Fell's sheer lines and repetitions. Fans of Forest Swords, Peaking Lights, SND shouldn't think twice about picking this up. It's seriously good.