One of the last albums ever recorded at London's renowned Olympic Studios (The Beatles, Rolling Stones). Rewolf finds Asobi Seksu affording listeners a new glimpse into songs spanning the band's career. White vinyl limited to 500 copies and includes digital download code.
Cavernous, post-shoegazing pop from Brooklyn. --Mojo
This Brooklyn group s previous albums established them as shoegaze confectioners, molding
candy swirls out of Yuki Chikudate s soaring, translucent voice and guitarist James Hanna s
Kevin Shields worshiping production. But here, Asobi Seksu do something My Bloody Valentine can t leave Shields behind. Sing Tomorrow s Praise and Me & Mary evoke iciness over icing, with more expansive cool than insidious sweetness. And the duo s seasick guitars ( Layers ), ethereal synths ( Gliss ), and Japanese lyricism ( Meh No Mae ) still provide plenty of geeky studio epiphanies. --Spin