5 Sep 2016

The Quietus reviews Flowers Must Die's Sista Valsen EP

It reads:

"You'd be forgiven for thinking that the golden age of the EP is well over by now, lost to the mists of time along with the sabre-toothed tiger and Lemon Tango. However, a few labels of late have nurtured the kind of extended plays/ mini-albums/ short LPs/ long singles that leave you wanting more without feeling short-changed. This column has previously praised Womb Of The Wild by Goat offshoot Capra Informis and other notable Rocket EPs have included those by Oneida, Teeth Of The Sea and the fruitful Collisions split 12-inch series.

This particular release will be of interest if you've ever wondered what might happen if you took Amon Düül II, Träd Gräs Och Stenar, Bardo Pond, Hills, Goat, Jackie-O Motherfucker and Sunburned Hand Of The Man, crammed them all into a lava lamp that's been converted into a blender by Professor Denzil Dexter from The Fast Show, turned the setting up to eleven, pureed the bejesus out of it, poured the resulting viscid mixture into a mushroom soup and funnelled it into ..."

Read the rest here: The Quietus