Eskimo Kiss may still be selling copies. The review I did for Big Takeover pretty much tells the tale, and you can read it after the jump. It's a good 'un, so enjoy.
NC’s Citified manage to negotiate a happy and graceful medium between lucid,
indie guitar rock and decidedly murkier dream-pop on their latest EP, Absence. The slight, graceful flourishes of tremolo
inhabiting “Founded” and “My Family Cup” illustrate that Citified have a solid
working knowledge of shoegazer constructs, and moreover, know how to apply them
in moderation. For those of you old
enough to understand the analogy, Absence is more Souvlaki than Loveless.
Translation: what modest feedback and extraneous noise Citified exude is soothingly
manicured, not unlike The Daysleepers, For Against, and Springhouse.
02. Pencil Me In
04. Dutiful Scout
05. My Family Cup
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