The likely lads return with their first album in 11 years, but is it a Libs classic?
Lupine Howl Bronzage(Vinyl Hiss)
Bring on the goblins! Forsooth, they don't half noodle on, the Howl, in their touching attempts to prove exactly why Jason Pierce only let them play one note each per song when they were in Spiritualized. Marvellous musicianship, for sure, but
really this is constipated, joyless cod-psychedelia in lead pixie
boots that'd be largely laughable
in 1969, let alone now. Behold,
the dry ice clears, and it's just
Kula Shaker, translated from the original Sanskrit.
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