michael a grammar

Possessed of the most drop dead gorgeous chorus hook you’ll hear in such an age, literally fizzles with the kind of sun burst euphoria and effervescence that we swear we’re getting a tan just for being in earshot of the blighter. New from Melodic and due for brisk counter action in January is the ‘random value’ EP by Michael A Grammar which when it arrives will come pressed up in all manner of digital variants as well as a limited heavy weight wax edition coloured in purple. ‘the day I come alive’ prized from that set is rippled in soft psyche shimmers and shoe gazed sighs all cooled in a hollowing spectral classicism that purrs and pouts majestically like an animated house of love amid moments of reflection and ruptures ablaze in sky dissolving rainbow fractures, this honey without doubt cued by the Boo Radleys ‘Lazarus’ is lushly glazed by the lysergic bliss kiss of a youthful Sonic Boom Spectrum. http://www.soundcloud.com/melodic-records/michael-a-grammar-the-day-I

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