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Saturday Looks Good To Me

Fill Up The Room

The latest by Michigan’s notoriously erratic SLGTM has thankfully not emerged, as was rumoured, as a 10-hour rock opera.

There’s prince-in-an-Arran-sweater melodies and Edwyn Collins-ish tweeness here. But despite sounding like a wired Richard Hawley colliding with a more eccentric Belle & Sebastian, there are occasional moments of decent pop.



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6 / 10

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