Wednesday, March 31, 2010


I've been following Acid Washed for a while now, the Parisian duo comprised of Andrew Claristidge and Richard D'Alpert have been popping up several times before on here and the diversity of what they've brought out up until now made me quite intrigued of what their debut album would sound like. I do need to mention it's one of those albums that'll grow on you. So if it doesn't hit you at first listen, give it another go and it'll hit you twice as hard. Personally, I quite like them working with vocals; 'Apply' with vocals by Lippie
is one of my favourites on the album, but then again, tracks like 'General Motors, Detroit America' and 'Change' (posted below) are the quintessential Acid Washed sound that's so easy to distinguish.

Acid Washed's eponymous debut album is out now on Record Makers, pick it up at Colette.

Acid Washed - Change (ALT)

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