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Splashh - 'All I Wanna Do'

90s riff-o-rama with a hint of shoegaze

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Knee- and fringe-deep in '90s riff-o-rama, the east London-based brood hit us with a tune that shamelessly and beautifully lifts from Dinosaur Jr, The Vines and My Bloody Valentine, roughly in that order. Like Yuck, only with better tunes, less self-loathing, and more copies of old '90s magazines bought on eBay.

Priya Elan, writer

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