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Does It Look Like I'm Here?
 
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Does It Look Like I'm Here?

24 May 2010 | Format: MP3

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After a clutch of seriously stellar releases it feels like Emeralds are hitting the ground running with this truly outstanding LP. Gone are the sprawling jams of old and more bite-size tunes (yes, TUNES! In great big capital letters!) are the order of the day. Euphoria is the key word here. This is big heart-swell music with synth lines and washes that can't fail to make you grin like your face is fit to split.

The opener 'Candy Shoppe' is just that - a layered confectionary of colour and sweetness making you salivate at the prospect of a whole album this good. The burbling Cycle of Abuse then ushers in the wonderful Double Helix which sounds like a missing Giallo soundtrack under-pinned by gorgeous, subtle guitar motifs. The longer centre piece Genetic brings in a more stately sound with barreling synth and vocals somewhere in the hinterland between Fairlight and choral.

The scientific titles on this LP and the image of an emerald with its multi-faceted form is telling, reflecting beams in tangents, making the synapses in your head fizz and crackle with possibilities. But this is miles away from the cold, pristine surfaces of Oneohtrix Point Never. The warmth exuded by Goes By feels natural and sun-kissed. The title track enters John Carpenter territory with images of Snake Plissken being chased down by ravenous mutants dissipating into chiming arpeggios.
The album then steps into a more reflective period with Summerdata and Shade. Yes, this is head music but with a whole lot of heart and definitely not content to drift in the background.

It Doesn't Arrive opens with a superb clattering, phasing effect like classic Detroit, shifting shape with delicate guitar lines conjuring a melancholic, wistful haze.
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I can't wax lyrical in the mode of my co reviewer above nor after he has done so eloquently need I.
This is a beautiful album to get way lost in. Its prog but don't let that put you off one bit.
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One of the best of the year.Stars of the lid after a couple of expressos and a spring walk in a bluebell wood!
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