Essential repress for Death And Vanilla's To Where the Wild Things Are, gets the swish-looking limited transparent Vinyl treatment too!Death and...
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Death and Vanilla joined us for our Sea Change 2017 festival. Yes, we're jammy.
Whether their muse lies in 60s sci-fi soundtracks, The Radiophonic Workshop, the prototype electronic sounds of The United States Of America, the retro-futuristic edge of Broadcast, the dream pop ambience of Angelo Badalamenti / Julie Cruise, or the shimmering shroud of Mazzy Star, will doubtless be raised in countless interviews. But what matters more is that Death And Vanilla have woven a stunning tapestry that envelops all that preceded them, into a literally head-turning album, of kaleidoscopic proportions. It's smooth, soothing and an absolute gem.