There's a name we haven't come across for a while, not since the Norwegians made a brief press splash early in 2007. Then they tipped hats to Brian Wilson and chamber pop. There's still echoes of something if not strictly Wilsonian then more Byrdsian, but filtered through pretty much the whole of Dan Snaith's career at once - shoegaze's hazy vocals, programmed warped beats, rhythmic pulsing and tribal percussive breakdowns. The psychedelic hidden depths are dizzying, a general eclectic wash through a baroque glass darkly.
The Lionheart Brothers- The Desert by Anorak London