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Yes Plant - From The Apocalypse

I love a good curio and the second album from this Tyneside/Wearside four-piece is bountiful with its intrigues. A concept album of sorts – exploring nihilism, death, rage etc (all shot through with traces of humour) – it sees the band pushing their lo-fi electronica down all sorts of interesting avenues that take in spoken work, art-pop, ambient, skew-whiff hip-hop and more. At times it sounds like a bedroom boffin’s startling attempt to conjure up a stop-you-in-your-tracks, proggy, end-of-days type of thing, which is something I can fully get behind. DP

Out 5 July, self release