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Boomkat Product Review:
For those who weren't quick enough a few months back to get their paws on Windy & Carl's soopa-limited 'Dedications to Flea' EP, then all is not lost! As well as featuring their first newly recorded material since the honeyed emergence of 'Consciousness' five years ago, they've kindly included the 'Dedications to Flea' EP on a bonus disc... gratis! Good boy Kranky. Comprised of two exteeeeeeended compositions, 'The Dream House' is almost unfeasibly beautiful; with both 'The Eternal Struggle' and the noir-tinged 'I Have Been Waiting To Hear Your Voice' friably emotional pieces which unfurl gradually whilst never becoming overwhelmingly diffuse. With a style which borrows as much from the tundra-scapes of Sigur Ros as it does the razor-edged sprawl of Angelo Badalamenti, Windy and Carl claim this distinct atmosphere is borne out of their professed love of "cathedrals, temples, stained glass, flowers and trees". At times so gorgeously sparse that it must be refereed to as 'ethereal' by law, 'The Eternal Struggle' is the noise of pink sunset clouds as they drift lazily across a blank autumnal sky. It really is life-afirmingly grand in its scope. On the other, 'Dedication to Flea' is essentially a 40 minute love letter to their deceased dog Flea (who features throughout), which manages to be both uplifting and poignant, whilst deftly sidestepping any accusations of self-obsessed mawkishness. Sublime.