Fear Of Men ‘Mosaic’ Video

Dreampop quartet Fear Of Men hop labels again for another one off 7”, this time on super blue vinyl. If you’ve been tracking their releases so far, you’ll know the drill here: liquid Cocteau Twins guitar, soft, melodic bass and sighing, drifting vocals. A disembodied, found-sound rant cuts through the mix, but otherwise it’s delightfully effortless business as usual. Which is fine by us. If you’ve not been keeping up, a compilation, ‘Early Fragments’, comes out in the new year.

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Stuart Huggett

Stuart Huggett grew up in Hastings, publishing fanzines and writing blogs about the town’s underground music scene. He is a regular contributor to SOURCE, NME, The Quietus, Bowlegs and more. His huge archive of magazines, flyers and vinyl is either an invaluable research tool or a bloody pain. He occasionally runs tinpot record label Dizzy Tiger, DJs sporadically and plays live even less.

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