, attached to 2012-06-07

Review by andrewrose

andrewrose @waxbanks has it pretty well summed up, particularly with regards to the inverted Ghost> Boogie On pairing, which is the first thing you should be listening to if you're an impatient fellow. A strange Ghost to be sure. Actually both it and the Carini should make for some interesting listening back, if for no other reason than to decipher whether the band was experimenting through fog, or communicating over our heads. Either way they were obviously looking to try out some new shit instead of just rock up the ladder, which I'll take any day of the week. I'm not sure I heard any of the Siket Disc or Guy Forget nods that some seem to have, but I haven't listened back yet. Regardless, the Boogie On went to pure hose territory.

I think I've seen three consecutive Loving Cup encores.


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