The Treehouse + The Cave

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Wednesday, February 02, 2005


Lemon Jelly

I only noticed that Lemon Jelly's '64-'95 was out a week ago when I read about it in the Other Music Update. Which is retarded because they're one of my favorite producers (just look at my playcounts (I listen to them twice as much as Arcade Fire)). I should have kept better tabs.

Regardless, I've been psyched to give it a listen. With the final tracks coming in now, and only having heard the first few, I can already confidently say that this record is really good. More on the rock tip (like everything these days) while still retaining their trademark warmth, synthscapes and quirky samples. Can't wait to give it my full attention on the way to work tomorrow. Recommended.

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