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Boomkat Product Review:
Whilst some people take years to rustle up a single release, there are those for whom inspiration flows readily, pumping out record after record in a seemingly endless orgy of creative juices... Deep breath. Just a couple of catalogue numbers short of a half-century, Yellow6 are very much of the latter school; but seemingly not too old to try something new. Formally the lone-preserve of Jon Attwood, he is now joined by Amanda Stafford on vocals, lending veneer to his sparse guitar-led soundscapes. Opening with the arty 'Pacific Rough', Yellow6 shake off the 6th Form philosophising by 'Between Two' to create a twinkly environ of tarnished vocals and grandstanding slow-motion atmospherics. Continuing to hit far more than miss, 'As Seen From Above' recalls Psapp (or even Moloko) with its string diluted starkness, 'Long Saturday' sets about reimagining the Cave/Kylie duet as a dusty East-Midlands love song, whilst 'On Returning' flirts with PJ Harvey and Mogwai. It'll do me.