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on 27 August 2013
A double album, or perhaps more accurately a double EP. Lo fi and often sounding as though it was recorded using a microphone onto a 1970's tape deck. Drifters is grimy 1970s disco, well some of it is. The vocals are deep in the mix and Drifters is a challenge to listen to in places mainly due to repetition provided by endless loops of music that just drone on. Of course that is probably the point. Love is the Devil is mostly instrumental with a definite ambient sound. It is quite beautiful and moving and oddly has a tune resembling Memories emerging through the mist. So, difficult yes, but also a very rewarding and ultimately uplifting album that is mysterious and merits multi plays.