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Burial - 'Kindred

It crackles and fizzes dangerously

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Ah, the track that launched a thousand blogs of pseudo-scientific toss when it hit the internet last week. And quite frankly, all the highfaluting talk is justified: the EP’s title track is a 12-minute depth-charge that crackles and fizzes dangerously, imbued with the same knife-edge tension you feel when trekking across London at night.

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