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Boomkat Product Review:
A bargain-priced sampler from one of the most essential UK labels of the moment, No Pain In Pop boasts the talents of Telepathe, Sunni-Geini, Nite Jewel, Ponytail and Health among others. There's no fixed genre or scene you could attribute to the label, but there is an intangible, unifying quality to everything here that screams out goodness. While you'll no doubt already be familiar with the likes of Telepathe's 'Chrome's On It' (here in its original version), Trailer Trash Tracys' 'Strangling Good Guys' is a far fresher treat, pointing towards good things to come with a sound that approaches the shoegaze/C86/Jesus And Mary Chain infatuations du jour, but musters up sufficient escape velocity to avoid obviousness. Demonstrating the label's diversity you get Italians Do It Better affiliate Nite Jewel brushing up against Californian echo-punks Abe Vigoda and one-man laptop pop machine Banjo Or Freakout. It's all inconceivably hip, but by crikey it's also very, very good.