Micachu & The Shapes (3) - Jewellery (CDr, Album)

5 thoughts on “ Micachu & The Shapes (3) - Jewellery (CDr, Album)

  1. Micachu & the Shapes burst onto the scene in with Jewellery, which fashioned forward-thinking pop from junk-shop sounds, homemade instruments and, above all, a keen sense of mischief. That mischievous streak is as strong as ever on Never, an album whose point-blank title hints at how uncompromising its contents are.
  2. Artist: Micachu & The Shapes. Album: Jewellery. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Get to me and turn me well, I'm a tired soul Get to me and turn me well, I'm a tired soul I was told desire had a sell by date Well it's rotted and altered, but still remains.
  3. It's more than fair to say there's no one out there who sounds quite like Micachu & The Shapes. A bizarre, unforgettable hotchpotch of a debut album, 'Jewellery' blends together a dizzying array of disparate influences (grime, lo-fi, musique concrète, indie pop, psychedelia) into a heady musical cocktail.
  4. In the wake of this growing buzz, Micachu and the Shapes were signed to Rough Trade, who released Jewellery on 9 March Drowned In Sound consequently hailed the record as "thrillingly improbable pop made by a grade-A maverick.".

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