• Solar Bears: She Was Coloured In

    Solar Bears - She Was Coloured In

    Reviewed by Andrew Ryce Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> Solar Bears </b> - She Was Coloured In

    How do you begin describing something that sounds so cozily familiar yet like nothing you’ve ever heard before? The music of Ireland’s Solar Bears inhabits a world that isn’t so much tinted by nostalgia as by a separate sense of otherworldly antiquity: sometimes sounding like something out of an alternate universe late-sixties existence and other times like an ancient time capsule left behind by extraterrestrial beings. On their debut LP She
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  • Solar Bears She Was Coloured In

    Solar Bears - She Was Coloured In

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (20 Jazz Funk Greats)

    <b> Solar Bears </b> - She Was Coloured In

    “See, this album you are playing now sounds like it could have been made by some French crazies in the 1970s, when prog became that all-encompassing juggernaut that vomited liquid shards of over-nourished human psyche all over the place, it was kind of gross and eventually tiresome. But while the going was good, I swear, it was the most exciting of times. You took one of those records from its floridly decorated sleeve, slipped it on, leant back
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