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Boomkat Product Review:
For an Australian band Sodastream do a very good impression of British summer pop. Well, let me hone that description a little, they do a very good impression of Belle and Sebastian, ‘When You’re Feeling Sinister’ era Belle and Sebastian to be exact. Still, when you’re looking for whimsical lite-indie sounds who else have you got to turn to? Kings of Convenience haven’t exactly been productive and there’s no new Jose Gonzalez material in sight so we’d better settle for down under. Apparently Pitchfork have been banging on about them too, so if there was ever a better way for indie to get that little bit of extra credibility that was it – they seem destined for stardom. With beautiful moments such as ‘Warm July’ and ‘Twin Lakes’ it’s not easy to fall for the band, but sadly ‘Reservations’ mostly just makes me want to hunt through my cd pile for those old B&S classics.