Album Review: Rayographs - 'Rayographs'
Marking their niche with timeless psychedelia and garage hooks
Whereas the likes of Yuck and Mazes use their retro-fetish to disguise their shallow mumblings, Rayographs hollow out their own space among their garage and blues influences. ‘My Critical Mind’ recalls the feral doom-mongering of Nick Cave, while ‘In Her Light’ revamps the shabby spirit of The Raincoats.
The past doesn’t always have to be a grotesque animal; plump for innovating rather than imitating, and it can be bred into a much more formidable beast.
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