Review: NamelessNumberHeadman – Your Voice Repeating
National Music Reviews
YOUR VOICE REPEATING
The Record Machine
Quite frankly this is an experiment that at any given moment threatens to go awry. A dose of the Flaming Lips’ bizarre atmospheric kookiness, occasional afternoon drinking binges with acoustic guitars and quiet pianos that from time to time explode into New Order’s rock-electronica before crashing into the coming down. Your Voice Repeating is an album that you can’t put your finger on. The first few listens to NamelessNumberHeadman are a bit disorientating but ultimately it proves to be a very endearing album that thankfully offers more talent than gimmicks. Highly recommended to those who like a side of experimentation to go with their morning coffee.
This review originally appeared in Glitter Gutter Trash, October 2004, Issue 190.
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