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Boomkat Product Review:
On his myspace page, Nick Grey offers a few adjectives for summarizing his music, ‘Snorecore’ being a particularly apt one – not because his music is boring, far from it. It’s just that the whole of Thieves Among Us sounds as if it was performed and recorded in a somnambulist state. Though held together by definite songs, and by no means ambient in the strictest sense, there is an opiated quality that conjures a kind of dreamscape aesthetic. That said, Thieves Among Us is a dynamic work, ranging from the hectic drum clutter of ‘Failure (Is A Lonesome Bitch)’ to the Eno-influenced effervescence of ‘Devolun Inis’. Possibly the finest thing here is the utterly majestic elegy, ‘All Lives Revolve In Bright Circles Of Quiet Light’, in which Grey’s mournful voice is given a halo of funereal horns and quiet string plucks. Finale, ‘The World Mountain’ perks the album up a little delivering something approaching a slowed down psych-rock jam.