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This is about the happiest, most euphoric Goddam song I can think of. How can you listen to it and not have a big, dopey grin on your face by the end, as you dance quietly to yourself in your chair? I love the way it builds, from a slow, quiet start, with just a vocal hook and some guitars and bass, all the way through to the great big golrious ending, with horns and strings and splendidness. Although I have to say that this building effect is more effective in the six-minute album cutfrankly.
Every so often there is a true musical "moment" when an act breaks through that is so complete, so utterly surprising, that as a music critic, I can't help but throw my hands up in the air and leave behind any hope of real criticism as each spin pushes me further into fandom. Lemon Jelly is that act of the moment. Indeed, Lemon Jelly's unorthodox, vibrant, but smooth brand of electronica wowed their listeners.
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Or at least this is what it sounded like before we messed with it. And a Pig. I should play it a bit quicker but I've hurt my finger. And Mirkin kept.
Their pastoral music is a smoothie-laden jaunt through the Illini prairie grasslands with your feet listlessly dangling from the passenger side window of your Toureg as you head to the state fair or garage sale or marshmallow sunflower festival. At least that used to be the case. It seems Nick Franglen and Fred Deakin have changed tonal locales, aligning their temperances with the metropolitan.