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Album Review: Gypsy & The Cat - 'Gilgamesh'
Disjointed '80s tunes
‘Gilgamesh’ is steeped more within America’s hypnagogic approximation of said decade, yet shares the close-to-the-wind sincerity of their Manchester contemporaries. They’ve definitely got the hooks, but ultimately the pair need to look towards countrymen The Temper Trap and Empire Of The Sun for lessons in how to do this sort of thing more acceptably.
Simon Jay Catling
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