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Boomkat Product Review:
One of the things I find refreshing about this New Weird America movement is that, unlike so many other geeky subgenres, it doesn't seem to be an exclusively male venture. Electronica eventually buckled under the weight of the painfully throbbing male ego, yet all this new folk, freak folk or whatever you might call it - there isn't a shortage of manic ladies to wail or strum their way through the upside down spiritualism. 'First Nation' are a band made up of three lovely ladies and this is their debut album and is released on the very loving Animal Collective curated Paw Tracks label. The Animal Collective are a good comparison actually, First Nation's homegrown folksy pots-n-pans hitting is more than reminiscent of the Collective's expansive work, but I could also reference Fonal records and more specifically Islaja (not just because she's a woman!) or at times Espers. A varied and intriguing record, 'First Nation' is bound to have online magazine critics in a tongue tied tizzy trying to figure out a way to classify it, but for now we can just sit back and enjoy the psychedelic sounds on offer.