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Fair Ohs
Salt Flats X Ray Recordings

Article written by Ged M - Feb 15, 2012

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Our favourite indiekids-with-African-rhythms come up trumps again with a single pressed on a flexi-postcard! And both tracks on the flexi are up to their usual excellent standard. 'Salt Flats' is a neat mix of sweet textures, with Eastern-sounding guitars and percussion predominating, which bursts into a suitably uplifting chorus: "let yourself be overwhelmed". On the brilliant instrumental 'Gold Hill', it's instantly clear from the fuzzy instrumentation that someone has been listening to Turkish psych-pop. Delight-ful!

Links:
http://fairohs.com/
http://soundcloud.com/x-ray-recordings/salt-flats-fair-ohs
http://xrayrecordings.bigcartel.com/product/fair-ohs-salt-flats

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