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Album Review

A year after the release of their debut album, A Brief History of Love, the duo behind the group, Robbie Furze and Milo Cordell, returned with a mix CD titled Tapes for !K7. The band’s sound mixes the hazy atmospheres of shoegaze and dream pop with dancefloor-friendly beats and electronics, and the songs they picked for their mix fall into the same general parameters. Whether it’s the hazy funk of Gang Gang Dance's "Ego War," the wobbly groove of Actress' "Hubble," or the washed-out drift of jj's "Let Go," the choices make sense. They also fit together very well — mixing jj into Salem was a natural, and so was following the gloomy new wave of Light Asylum’s "Shallow Tears" with Gang Gang Dance’s heavy remix of their own “Velvet.” The mix works both as a glimpse into the sounds that are inspiring Big Pink in 2010 and also as a nice entry point for their fans to discover some obscure and very interesting new electronic sounds.


Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

London residents Robbie Furze and Milo Cordell formed the Big Pink in their home studio, where the two musicians began mixing the droning soundscapes of Spacemen 3 and My Bloody Valentine with the lush electronics of M83. Furze had previously cut his teeth as the guitarist for Panic DHH and Alec Empire, while Cordell's day job (founder and owner of Merok Records) saw him nurturing the talents of the Teenagers, Klaxons, and other British tastemakers. After experimenting with distorted noise and melodic...
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