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Review at Recent music heroes: Vulpiano - Sampler EP: Vol. 3 (2011) ⇢

From the review:

8.8 

/Doom rock, Alternative rock, Fuzz pop, Indie rock, Psych-rock, Experimental rock, Electronic pop, Crossover/ 

Comment: First off, what a pity that Natural Snow Building, the most well known artist (and one of the best/deepest/idiosyncratic combos worldwide at all) on Vulpiano Records is not represented herein now (though, this time the compilation features the new Vulpiano logo designed by Solange Gularte). Yet, this is an intricate volume hinting at Vulpiano as the strong label. It veers from King Elizabeth-represented slowly evoking doom rock to Red Bellows´s psych/post-Britpop sound a la Campaq Velocet, from an vital electronic pop vision by J.G Hackett to a sultry introspection by Lately Kind of Yeah. Furthermore, you can perceive influences veering from pop psychedelia a la Boo Radleys and Blur to fuzz pop. Indeed, by its dominating alternative rock/and pop-inflected electronica-based approach it reminds of miscellanies compiled by NME in the second half of 90`s/first side of 00s. 

VULP-0023 is British synth pop/rock artist J.G. Hackett's third album, Trans-Racial-Impression. In an era of exciting electronic experimentation combined with nods to retro synth styles, this album not only fits in but goes more than a little beyond expectation. With catchy beats and rhythm (“State of Flux”, “Too Many Times”) appearing alongside more harrowing numbers (“Johnny Drank His Own Future”) and truly stand-out tracks that deserve repeating, the previously highlighted “Dereliction” and moving closers “Where To Next?” and more organic sounding “Epitaph of the Architect”. The first album release for Vulpiano Records in the new year is one I’m quite proud of.
Download here: http://www.mediafire.com/?7bd6aunu6u133di
J.G. Hackett: Official Site | Last.fm | MySpace
—-Tracklisting—-
1. Can’t Get Away
2. State of Flux
3. Water Addict
4. Johnny Drank His Own Future
5. Too Many Times
6. Lose Yourself
7. Dereliction
8. Where To Next?9. Epitaph of the Architect 

VULP-0023 is British synth pop/rock artist J.G. Hackett's third album, Trans-Racial-Impression. In an era of exciting electronic experimentation combined with nods to retro synth styles, this album not only fits in but goes more than a little beyond expectation. With catchy beats and rhythm (“State of Flux”, “Too Many Times”) appearing alongside more harrowing numbers (“Johnny Drank His Own Future”) and truly stand-out tracks that deserve repeating, the previously highlighted “Dereliction” and moving closers “Where To Next?” and more organic sounding “Epitaph of the Architect”. The first album release for Vulpiano Records in the new year is one I’m quite proud of.

Download here: http://www.mediafire.com/?7bd6aunu6u133di

J.G. Hackett: Official Site | Last.fm | MySpace

—-Tracklisting—-

1. Can’t Get Away

2. State of Flux

3. Water Addict

4. Johnny Drank His Own Future

5. Too Many Times

6. Lose Yourself

7. Dereliction

8. Where To Next?
9. Epitaph of the Architect 

J.G. Hackett - “Dereliction”

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