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TV One : TV One

Where it does fall down slightly is on the whole smacked-out-visionary-finds-Jesus-at-the-crossroads vibe.

Straight outta Aylesbury, Rugby, Southampton and some other places come TV One - a drone-rock six-piece with bizarre bowl

haircuts and

a burning desire to be the next Spacemen 3. Can they do it?

Well,

their eponymous debut offers the requisite quota of atmospheric cymbal crashes and merciless repetition, but where it does fall

down

slightly is on the whole

smacked-out-visionary-finds-Jesus-at-the-crossroads vibe. Rest assured, though, there's time to set that straight. In the interim, fans of the Silver Apples looking to get hip to the '90s should start here.



JAMES OLDHAM

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