Neil Gardner is a bit of an audio guru, being the brains behind an award winning spoken word production company. But sometimes he likes to retreat from the digital studio to listen to some music analogue style, on vinyl. This time he deals with a Sulky Boy ...
Format: 7″ Black Vinyl
Side A: Shasta Fay – top-shelf lo-fi shoegazing brilliance, with ultra-low key feel and a ever-so-perfect hint of Beck. A 90s indie vibe swamped by delicious vocal harmonies and a simple yet truly effective funky storytelling core.
Side B: Amorous Battle – deeply thoughtful lyricism merged with stripped back production and a 90s guitar aesthetic. There’s the tiniest hint of the ghost of early Manic Street Preachers hidden within. A wonderful track that would fit perfectly in colleges, commutes or US drama TV!
Finyl Thought: stripped back to the knotty core, revealing lyrical greatness and lo-fi perfection
First published on https://fromthelisteningnook.wordpress.com/ where you can find lots more of Neil's vinyl verdicts and find Neil on Twitter @HokusBloke