THEY really get through. g&c's backwards looping under-coat melodics seep like a musical IV into nourishment-hungry heads. Warm acoustics resonate over warbling electronics, palpitating into slow, sentient rhythms. "Dreamo" has already been co-opted by punk-dits, so g&c's get their own "Hemo" category, just so everyone can be called something ending in "-emo." Yes, Hemo: The blood. Fluid dynamics at its core purpose: pumping life into a system. Their sanguine essence of cosmic psychedelia blasts a new kind of human flower. Tiny sounds rise to peal at the surface, dueted by a disembodied vocal melancholia. These 7 tracks carve out a truly unique sonic geode that paints a plasma of pure loveliness. The blood has served them well, with an evolution marked this time by a particular subdued heaviness in the creases. Coming on like some unearthed Factory or 4AD artifact, g&c's organic nu-gaze halos continue to circle above; the blood infusing the machine with a soul. They really DO get through.
g&c "...we are really excited as it features loads of new sounds (from harmonica to flute), and a whole new perspective on george&caplin via collaborations with Sandusky, Robin Rozum (our talented multi-instrument neighbor), Joshua Gondrez (Time's Knowledge) and super-pumpkin engineer Jim Wilson (Airshow Mastering)."