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Outer Limits Recordings - 'Sugar Pie'

Retro-futurist underwater psychedelia. Obviously

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In the vein of Ariel Pink or Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Outer Limits Recordings create a psychedelic sound you'd imagine existed on Space Stations in the 1960s, all jangly twangs and the words "ma sugar pi-ah-ah" repeated ad infinitum. Interestingly, you'd get similar results playing a '60s freakbeat compilation while dipping your head underwater in the bath.

Eve Barlow

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