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Boomkat Product Review:
Very attractive Kiwi obscurities unearthed by ever reliable Antipodean archivists Left Ear Records - a must-grip for fans of Broadcast, Vazz, Stroom, thee eeriest hauntological pop and post-punk delicacies
Plucked form the annals of Auckland’s underground circa 1986, the two songs on ‘Footprints’ are indelible marks made by the short-lived duo of Scottish-born musician Mark Airlie and keyoboardist/vocalist Keri Ansley, aka Poetical License, at renowned studio, The Lab. It’s love at first listen for us, especially the A-side’s slow burn dream sequence of twinkling glockenspiel and gauzy bassline gilded with Keri’s plaintive yet strongly accented delivery, glinting with a certain gallic charm and also comparable to the gothic appeal of Glasgow’s Vazz, particularly in that late switch up. 3 minutes of chthonic pop perfection here. The gothic drive is found more pronounced on the B-side’s ‘Room 101’, again recalling Vazz, and also The Danse Society in its spidery bassline and drums, with Airlie and Ansley sharing the mic.