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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

The Chemistry Set in Terrascope

Oh and while you’re at it you may well want to check this one out as well. I yield to no one in my admiration of The Chemistry Set’s 2010 album “This Day Will Never Happen Again” and bitterly regret having been unable to see their first gig in these shores in a few millennia when they played London back in June. In fact “Impossible Love” is reputed to be closely aligned to their live sound which mixes sublime 60s-influenced melodic psychedelia with horns and a smiley Screamadelica-era Primal Scream vibe. It serves as a useful entry point to a great band deserving of wider exposure and acclaim, and then do yourselves a big, big favour and seek out the aforementioned album as well (from which their cover of the Stones’ “We Love You” is featured on the flip side).

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