Thursday, 1 July 2010
09:15 | Posted by Then God Is 7 | Edit Post
Wild Nothing is currently all over the place thanks to delivering one of the best LPs of this year and my personal favourite so far. Gemini has most of the songs we previously heard from him nearly one year in advance plus some others that are up to the expectations of those first little classics; there's a great feeling of deja vu taking you back to the late 80s and first 90s records. If that record had come out back then it would be up with classics such as the first Stone Roses album or The Cure's Disintegration. No exageration here. It is as good as this.
Anyway, I'm here to talk about his new EP, out in a new label run by people from Rough Trade and Make Mine and called Warmest Chord. For this first release you can get the EP as a digital only EP or, at the moment of writing this review, on an already sold out Screenprint + download code + mixtape edition of 75. the EP includes three previously unavailable tracks that would have matched perfectly inside Gemini and that work great as a bonus. You can get them for just £1,00 here.