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Pulszar : Nightmares

Buy this record. Go on.

Sort of lo-fi indie drum'n'bass with a guitar coda remarkably similar to that employed by Father Ted in his one-note Eurovision Song Contest entry, 'My Lovely Horse'. And a mental woman with a voice that makes Pavarotti sound like Ian Brown. And it's brilliant. Buy this record. Go on. Go to a groovy indie record shop, take out your purse and actually, like, buy it. It's great.





Steven Wells

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