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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    I am a huge Llamas fan (and Stereolab as well). If you dig the Llamas i can highly suggest Domenico Lancellotti's "The Good Is A Big God", this is produced by Sean O'Hagan and almost sounds like a Brazilian version of High Llamas.
    Yeah that's a pretty nice one, once you get past the opening track, it can sound quite Llama-like especially the title track.

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    Hot off the press, new Sean O'Hagan


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    Been spinning Dots and Loops today a few times..so great. Just played the big 17-minute track "Refractions in the Plastic Pulse" twice in a row, man what a tune. This band had tremendous foresight by sticking to analog keys/tones/sounds/synths even back in the 90's. Love this band.
    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    Hot off the press, new Sean O'Hagan

    Aww, that was great! Does sound just like the High Llamas. Love the video!

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    I've just seen Stereolab live at Helsinki's Flow Festival last week. Such a brilliant band. Surely one of the highlights of the festival for me, love their swirling instrumental parts, vintage keys sounds, motorik rhythms and Laetitia Sadier's warm vocals a-la France Galle and the rest of the French ye-ye scene from the 1960s.

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