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Hey, DJ — The chilled-out charms of ambient techno

Guide by Pat Blashill, Details, November 1993

RICHARD JAMES has seen the future and it's nothing special. In fact, it's nothing at all. Nothingness itself. Vast, blank wildernesses, majesticaly vague cityscapes, machines ...

Seefeel: Quique

Review by Jon Savage, MOJO, January 1994

MUSIC ALWAYS SEEKS TO BREAK THE BOUNDS of language: indeed, the language of words is often inadequate to describe what music does as it enters ...

Seefeel: Quique (Caroline)

Review by Simon Reynolds, Spin, June 1994

WHATEVER happened to "dream pop"? Well, the smartest of those bands have turned on to techno, and are mixing their lustrous guitar stuff with sampled ...

Spiritualized, Seefeel: Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Andrew Smith, The Guardian, 27 February 1995

THE GHOST of St Jimi must have been smiling: this was a good night for guitars. First, the London quartet Seefeel set about deconstructing the ...


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