||1.||Half Sink - "Tsukimi" (4:29)|
||2.||King Clyde - "Request Line" (5:08)|
||1.||Dream Lovers - "For Belgian Friends" (6:24)|
||2.||The Records We Never Made - "On A Whispered Way" (5:26)|
On this multi-artist bonanza, Aficionado owners Jason Boardman and Moonboots have decided to showcase contemporary talents from Manchester, in association with clothing brand Good Measure. Half Sink steps up first, gently unfurling the reverb-heavy guitar solos, booming bass and shuffling samba rhythms of "Tsukimi". King Clyde's loose, groovy and fuzzy "Request Line" is a bouncy disco-funk treat, while Dream Lovers' "For Belgian Friends" is an evocative chunk of meandering bliss. Arguably best of all, though, is "On A Whispered Way" by The Records We Never Made, a glistening, delay-heavy foray into cinematic, post-rock pastures. Clearly, Manchester's got (Balearic) talent.
What do you think of this release?
Tell us what you think in the Facebook comments box below:
BEST MUSIC STORE: 5 TIME WINNERS