• Frog Pocket - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    Reviewed by Knowledge

    <b> Frog Pocket </b> - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    Frog Pocket hails from Ayr in Scotland and his album fuses the early Warp electronica of the likes of The Black Dog and Autechre with the folk infused downtempo experimentalism of Four Tet. This album crosses the electronic spectrum but retains a seriously psychedelic edge. An eclectic but deeply worthwhile collection for those that are up for a challenge and those who are just simply challenged.

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    Frog Pocket - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    Reviewed by Subba Culcha

    <b> Frog Pocket </b> - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    Firstly, no; listen to me – if there’s one thing I won’t do it’s to come on primates. Now I’m as broadminded as the next man, if you’re standing next to Alastair Darling anyway, and I simply won’t do it, I tell you. It’s a filthy practice. I wouldn’t even do that for my doctor. Honestly, I haven’t been this incandescent with rage since those dirty monkeys in Dexy’s Midnight Runners tried to insist I come on Eileen. I mean I
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  • Frog Pocket - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    <b> Frog Pocket </b> - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!

    The first thing that grabs you about this release is the dancing wicker man on the sleeve, looking like it might be a still from some long lost disco-themed sequel to the classic Brit horror movie. That sort of tongue-in-cheek creepiness pervades Come On Primates. It's an album that draws on both rough, folksy templates and the electronic arsenal you'd expect from Frog Pocket's John Charles Wilson. After the jagged electroacoustics of 'Mull Fhuar' the
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