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Boomkat Product Review:
I’m sure when I was a wee lad shoegaze music was pretty much everything bad about the world. At least that’s what I was told by the knowledgeable indie press – music for girly men and pillow biters, wasn’t it? Well thank the lord times changed, because these days there’s no shortage of shimmery nu-gazers in the world, and they can now hold their heads up high rather than sidling around the back of their Marshall stacks. Laboratory Noise are one such gang of noisy nu-gazers, and while their sound might give more than just a cursory nod to My Bloody Valentine, Ride and Swervedriver, they do it better than many of their less-gifted contemporaries. At its core, shoegaze was a song-based movement, while there might have been warm blankets of noise and feedback, strip those back and the most naked and sensitive of songs would be revealed. This tireless melancholy is what Laboratory Noise have in spades, and while their sound might revel in twenty-year old production techniques, good songs never go out of fashion. Lovely stuff.