Sellotape

by Tango In The Attic

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    Self released in 2012 via Domicile Crocodile, the creative collective founded by the band.

    Review from Artrocker:

    This Scottish four piece echo many famiar sounds, from the offbeat summery pop of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart to Real Estate and The War On Drugs, as well as the great jangle-beat heritage of Scotland’s very own Pastels.

    However, Tango In The Attic stamp their own authority on proceedings from the offset of opener of ‘Stitch’, with its rumbling bass line wrapped around the forever spiralling and duelling guitars.

    Above all, it’s the band’s breadth that impresses, from their ability to really put the boot in with a thumping rhythm section to the tip-toeing guitars that dance around in the melodies, creating something melancholic yet demanding of your attention; ‘Paw Prints’, ‘Mona Lisa Overdrive’ and ‘Chewing Gum’ all display this perfectly.

    Meanwhile, the almost slacker vocal delivery gives the impression of Long Island ice teas and sunglasses rather than the administrative capital of Fife. The future should be good for Tango in the Attic if they keep on like this.

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Self released in 2012 via Domicile Crocodile, the creative collective founded by the band.

Review from Artrocker:

This Scottish four piece echo many famiar sounds, from the offbeat summery pop of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart to Real Estate and The War On Drugs, as well as the great jangle-beat heritage of Scotland’s very own Pastels.

However, Tango In The Attic stamp their own authority on proceedings from the offset of opener of ‘Stitch’, with its rumbling bass line wrapped around the forever spiralling and duelling guitars.

Above all, it’s the band’s breadth that impresses, from their ability to really put the boot in with a thumping rhythm section to the tip-toeing guitars that dance around in the melodies, creating something melancholic yet demanding of your attention; ‘Paw Prints’, ‘Mona Lisa Overdrive’ and ‘Chewing Gum’ all display this perfectly.

Meanwhile, the almost slacker vocal delivery gives the impression of Long Island ice teas and sunglasses rather than the administrative capital of Fife. The future should be good for Tango in the Attic if they keep on like this.

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released August 19, 2013

Music by Tango In The Attic
Produced by Ryan McHugh
Artwork by Fraser Stephen

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Domicile Crocodile UK

Creators of music, video, photography, graphic design and clothing.

Members include: Tango In The Attic, Mike Geist, Davey Horne, Ryan McHugh, Fraser Stephen and Greg Cetnarskyj

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