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Isidore review from Oneway magazine Print E-mail
Sunday, 31 October 2004
ISIDORE
ISIDORE
Brash Music
Isidore is the debut album from singer Steve Kilbey of Australia?s legendary The Church and guitarist Jeffrey Cain of Los Angeles? critically-acclaimed Remy Zero. An avid fan of The Church, Cain passed an instrumental track he had written to Kilbey during a concert stop in Los Angeles. Kilbey loved the song (?Transmigration,?) recorded it before he left to continue the tour, and a partnership was formed. Over the next year Cain sent Kilbey, who was back in Sydney, more music that he would record lyrics to. They recorded the entire album without even seeing each other. The album is an ethereal blend of swirling guitars, ambient noise, breathy vocals, and driving beats. Overall it is a bit derivative but at least they had the decency to borrow from the best. There is definitely a little U2 here (?Refused On Temple Street?) as well as Pink Floyd (?The Memory Cloud?) with a hint of Leonard Cohen (?Saltwater.?) The album is officially ten tracks, but hang on for hidden track. This is definitely a fine effort from two very talented guys.

Peter Vouras
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