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Ummagma – Frequency

frequencyThe new EP from Canadian-Ukrainian duo Ummagma consists of soundscapes ranging from ambient to shoegazing. On the likes of Winter Tale or Galacticon I also hear a bit of experimental new age too reminding me of 1990’s electronic artists Deep Forest.

However it’s on Orion and Lama where the band plays to it’s strengths with both songs nesting firmly in the shoegaze inspired dreampop camp. The latter also gets the remix treatment from label mates Lights That Change and OMD’s Malcolm Holmes who turns it into a slow building 80’s inspired synth-pop floor filler with singer Shauna McLarnon’s vocals highlighted to great effect. However it’s the remix from ex Cocteau Twin Robin Guthrie that steals the show resulting in the song becoming an instant ethereal classic.

Frequency is out next Monday (13th November) on Raphalite Records. Pre-order it here.


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This entry was posted on November 10, 2015 by in Ambient, Dreampop, Shoegaze and tagged , .

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