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Boomkat Product Review:
Dublin's dark pop wonders, Cap Pas Cap, have come a long way from the more krautrock-influenced new wave sounds on their first "Not Not is Fine" 12" EP released at the end of 2006 to the hypnotic and spacey new-wave-no-wave-what-wave terrain of their 'We Are Men' 12" single in 2009. The band now re-appear with a sound they can unmistakable call their own. Haunted Light, their debut album, is a product of this paradox - darkness | light : being | not being : quiet | loud - with the tension of such oppositional forces finding resolution somehow through the music. Early tracks such as 'Mirrors' and 'We Are Men', deliver short sharp manifestos before the album takes a vertiginous trip downwards into the dark atmospheric vortex of 'Ship Shadow' with its insistent swirls of electronic noise. In contrast 'Hearts' is absolutely controlled dream pop, with gossamer instrumentation complementing the delicate vocal as it glides elegantly towards a conclusion. In between is the succinct dancefloor vérité of 'Friends', a jerky brisk interlude that anticipates the urgent triple-pronged avant pop of 'Cant Say', 'Brand New Town' and 'Y Lies'. Closing track 'Night Tribes', meanwhile, is a tribal motorik coda closing Haunted Light with a heady flourish.