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Artist: SNICKERS
Title: On The Hi Fi Vol. 2
Format: 7"
Label: Stiumulus Progression
Country: USA
Price: $6.50
"SNICKERS balances unsettling darkness against gentle textures and ties it together with cracked fuzz and warble. The first reference we could think of is the Residents -Eskimo in particular- but that still isnt enough to get one started as a listener. Each side is a medley of short compositions with Lynch-ian dream-like states presented as though it were recorded from a radio and stored under Laura Palmers bed for the last couple of decades. It seems to lean heavily on the musical aspects but does have some hushed and obscured vocals giving it an outsider pop edge.
The essence of Snickers is unplaceable. It has you searching for familiar comparisons that will never be easily satisfied. Its probably just better to let go and be swept into its world with this follow up to their debut, "On the HI-Fi." - Stimulus Progression.

"The music is super lo-fi, an avant, abstract, minimal murk pop, wreathed in TONS of FX, swaths of blurred reverb, a soft focus haze that renders the whole thing washed out and fantastically faded. It’s a druggy, woozy, downer melancholia with nods to Sparklehorse, Sentridoh, the Supreme Dicks, and other home brewed pop oddities, a crystalline collection of warble and waver that we’re digging a whole lot." - Aquarius. Forthcoming release on Siltbreeze.
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Artist: SNICKERS
Title: On The Hi Fi Vol. 3
Format: Cass
Label: Stiumulus Progression
Country: USA
Price: $7.00
"The 3rd, and possibly best, installment of the critically acclaimed "On the Hi-Fi series.Pro-Dub, Pro-Print. Same program both sides. 11 minutes of new music. 100 copies!"

"Youve heard of the Music of Tomorrow? This is music for the day after tomorrow." -Chris Ryan. "Paleo-psych. Carl Sagan wouldve shit himself." -Tom Lax. "Sounds like it was recorded underwater and sent into submarines via broken transmitters." -Byron Coley. "The sonic equivalent of expired film in my Holga." -Richard Youngs. "A crystalline collection of warble and waver." -Andee Connors. "Sounds like a calliope a quarter mile away in high winds... clearly the product of an artist in their own domain." -Doug Mosurock. "I love it. You knew Id love it and you were right." -Kramer.

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