undoubtedly Quint Baker is obsessed with psychic catz because the
title of any album by him used to start with this couple of words.
There is no doubt those mystical creatures who make miaow and purr
are women in fact. God, I thank You for these beautiful creatures
vixenish feminists, however,
who ultimately make me laugh by their silliness probably having no
better goal to deal with and maybe by high oestrogen-level in blood.
No, it is not the sexist
stance because a smart human
being has no need to go against the biological, physical,
moral limits set up by God and nature. And
if you are intended to do it then you have probably lost common sense
and used to gad about in a sophisticated quasi-theoretical stupidity.
In any cases, it is your right to do it. Yet you
should then be
ready to tolerate
the consequences of your
Let`s the life arrange the
things organically and normally. Less
country, less regulations. I
guess God is a taboo thing nowadays because some prominent of us
would like to hark back to the ape, a stupid animal.
women arouse my masculine
side. I assume
if there had been up gender neutrality propaganda for many decades
earlier I guess we could not have had such great albums as Different
Class, and This Is
Hardcore by Pulp, for instance.
As you can hear on this
course of 13-track Quint
Baker may feel similarly with regard to the women. Another good
album) is created being inspired by already
existing good one. It
starts off with a fantastic electro drenched dream pop flicker, Touch
Play On The Tape Recorder.
As similarly, there will
surface those glacially shimmery yet warm synths here and there to
create suggestive and dynamic impulses at the same time around
one`s head. It
is a kind of aphrodisiac. As if a young Ariel Pink were
simmered on electro acid.
is based on a restrained buildup including seducing accordion chords
from the streets of Paris. Minty
Fresh is a cutting-edge
progression of the contemporary dance-appealed No Wave music. The
first half of the album is superb as I hinted at it, it would be superb as a whole if
the second part would have had more teasers and dynamic, extrovert songwriting. The issue is a part of the
discography of Sirona-Records, led by French musician/producer Arnaud