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Boomkat Product Review:
Another weird and wonderful drop from De Stijl, this time from "post-modern abstract blues" duo The Stare Case. Nathan Young's slouchy Jonathan-Richman-on-opiates vocals are your guide through the madness, wreathed in no-fi synthesizer patterns, hypnotic two-line basslines and woodwinds (courtesy of one Inzane Johnny) in varying states of distress. The band's crudely captivating interweaving of acoustic and electronic elements reminds us a little bit of The Shadow Ring, and the sparseness of the arrangements and foregrounding of bass gives it all a nicely dubbed-out feel - think Jandek meets Alan Vega meets Augustus Pablo meets early Cabs downtown. Across 35-odd minutes Stare Case create a sound-world as surreal as it is sensuous - highly recommended for the freaks.