Loop Line – Wakes – EP Review

The US indie-dream duo Loop Line released the four track EP Wakes on the 24th of January.

Loop Line

Loop Line

Stepping back to the ’60s Nothing About You has an undercarriage of Merseybeat in the passage of the Queensway Tunnel as the doo-wop circulates inside an echo chamber of distortion.

Gun finds greater clarity of sound though more confabulation of construct as Loop Line stir in a perpendicular cuts of angularity to deliver a track that whilst perplexing has a continuum that is fathomable.

The penultimate number – Parts Unknown – my pick of the release conflates both the clarity and the retrograde of the two prior tracks and finds the listener donning black four in hand tie, waisted grey collarless undercoat and white shirt to get in with the moment.

The concluding track Dusty Keys is a neat rounder to Wakes as it finds Loop Line stepping into the 21st Century with a spacious soundtrack that sharpens the earlier pieces.

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