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London Highbury Upstairs At The Garage.
[B]Supercoolwater[/B] prove tonight that they inhabit a decidedly shadowy universe...
Supercoolwater's greatest charm is that there's a deep, yearning melodicism to everything they do, whether they're beguiling us with ever-building, sprawling epics or assaulting their instruments with finger-bleeding freneticism.
Occasionally, frontman James Cherry's voice veers towards flatness, but that's part of his passion. His half-resigned, half-desperate Robert Smith-like vocals are infused with as much feeling as any amount of emo-core shriekings could ever be.
Supercoolwater prove tonight that they inhabit a decidedly shadowy universe. Pretty soon, you'll be wanting to join them there.
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