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Eight Weeks: Indie

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Singles
See My Girl EP (limited 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 50255EP. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. See My Girls (4:20)
  2. A Street Walker's Carol (4:16)
  3. Blood & Bone (with Sidonie Osborne-Staples) (5:35)
  4. See My Girls (Le Chien version) (5:34)
Review: If Tindersticks' album, "No Treasure But Hope", represents the band embracing all their chamber pop sensibilities, delivering something that has plenty of operatic beauty and camp accessibility, "See My Girl", an EP which owes its title track to that LP, is something of a counterweight. Sort of.

Aside from the one piece taken from said record, here we're given something that's far more expansive and much less interested in genre lines. "A Street Walker's Carol" could well soundtrack some 1970s New Hollywood road movie. The aptly-titled "Blood & Bone", featuring Sidonie Osborne-Staples, invokes the most distorted of electro-rock tomes. Le Chien's re-rub of the titular adds pop-roots-reggae nuances into the equation. Consider this a curveball warning if "No Treasure", their 11th studio album, was your first experience of this incredibly fluid and varied band.
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Alben
The Main Thing (limited gatefold 2xLP in tip on sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 426X. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Friday (5:01)
  2. Paper Cup (feat Sylvan Esso) (4:25)
  3. Gone (3:12)
  4. You (3:49)
  5. November (2:23)
  6. Falling Down (4:29)
  7. Also A But (5:22)
  8. The Main Thing (2:35)
  9. Shallow Sun (4:13)
  10. Sting (1:45)
  11. Silent World (4:47)
  12. Procession (3:31)
  13. Brother (2:56)
Review: It took a full year to craft the latest from Real Estate, a year that was spent in upstate New York, at Marcata Recording. Hardly irrelevant background information, from the moment you press play the finesse of "The Main Thing" is immediately clear. This is a highly polished record on which every nuance and note has been deeply considered. Opening on the wonderfully poised and smooth "Friday", which boasts an intro that almost feels like the dawn of a new day, gentle guitars slowly growing and emerging into a dreamy, woozy delight, there's more than a hint of the 1960s to chords and lyricism. Perhaps conversely, shades of disco can be heard in "Paper Cup", a track that features Sylvan Esso as guests - strings invoking halcyon days of hedonism before things settle into a rolling, easy to love track. Similar nods to electronic ends are found in the beat of "Silent World", while "Procession" is a hazy summer afternoon spent lounging.
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The Archer (marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: TCR 045V. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. Soft Currents (3:09)
  2. Saving Grace (3:24)
  3. Crying All The Time (3:30)
  4. HOWL (3:07)
  5. Send Her Back (2:34)
  6. Can't Help Myself (2:34)
  7. The Phantom (2:51)
  8. Bad Disease (3:46)
  9. But You (2:53)
  10. The Archer (2:21)
Review: In the run up to the big reveal of her second album, lush-yet-broken Los Angeles singer songwriter Alexandra Savior was interviewed by Billboard magazine. Therein she expounded on the difficulty in making an album coherent, and judging one's own work.

It's safe to say "The Archer", produced by Sam Cohen's exceptional ear and released on Danger Mouse's ever-explorative and daring label, is both coherent and wonderful. "Soft Currents" opens a relentlessly high scoring track list with sombre, heartfelt vocals and piano, confirming Savior as an artist who can easily adopt more traditional aural styles. Things don't stay that way for long, though. "Crying All The Time" wouldn't sound out of place on a Lynch or Tarantino soundtrack, "Bad Disease" owes much to bluesy R&B, and "Saving Grace" packs a real psychedelic punch. We could go on, but the point should be pretty clear already.
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