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Boomkat Product Review:
First LP in five years from Mica Levi & co's newly renamed scuzzy garage-pop band with Raisa Khan, CJ Calderood and Marc Pell, for a new bag of jangly, guitar + vocal-centred charms.
The band’s first LP in half a decade arrives via Parisian label Textile Records, and by design or coincidence, it has something of a puckered Gallic insouciance to its mix of sweet and bitter, beret-wearing vocals, and no-no wavey skronk that sits very well next to the label’s works from Joanne Robertson & Dean Blunt and Jackie O Motherfucker.
If we’re playing favourites, then the driving riffs and Mica’s grungy vocals on ‘Reaching’ are a must check, but they equally prove adept at sweeter dream-pop with sun-blistered guitar optimism in ‘Do It’, and the dubbed-out garage-pop vim of ‘Blessed’, while ‘Star’ is the one for Sterolab and Broadcast fans with hooks that won’t leave your head for days, and we can easily imagine ‘Honey’ beaming off a radio in a Glasgow (shared) kitchen circa 1985.