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LUST FOR YOUTH / WAR: The Glass House Etiquette

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Artist: LUST FOR YOUTH / WAR
Title: The Glass House Etiquette
Format: 7"
Label: Avant!
Rated: *****
"The Glass House Etiquette" is a Lust For Youth / War split 7" which have already been issued the last year on tape by Posh Isolation. Lust For Youth, on side A, present "Denial, Veronica", a track recorded into their distinctive low-fi way which mix some simple synth lines and unintelligible vocals. The atmosphere created is obsessive and ghostly. It's like hearing echoes of 80s e.b.m. music played into a distant venue. On side B we have War with "Somme, Maggio". Formed by Elias Bender Ronnenfelt (Iceage frontman) e Loke Rahbek (Sexdrome and runner of the Posh Isolation label), War offer minimal synth lines with a sound similar to Lust For Youth: haunted factories atmospheres where you can ear echoes of clanging metal stamping presses that have been dismantled long time ago... I can't say I've been amazed by these tracks. I'll wait to listen to a whole release for a better judgment... You can check both tracks here: http://avantrecords.bandcamp.com/album/lfy-war-the-glass-house-etiquette-split-7

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