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"One of our greatest singer-songwriters, the fact that Eric is still seen as a one-hit-wonder is nothing short of criminal" Shindig 4****
"Transience might just be his late career peak - a deliciously sour, sarky and occasionally moving study of modern life" Uncut 8/10
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Brainiac 5, The
Exploding Universe

10 Mar 17

Formed out of the ashes of free festival favourites the Half Human Band (also featuring Griffin), The Brainiac 5 made a name for themselves on the isolated yet thriving mid-70s Cornish pub, club and festival scene. After setting their house in order with the widely approved career retrospective When Silence Was Sound, the reunited, reconfigured and reinvigorated Brainiac 5 return with Exploding Universe. This new offering shows the enthusiasm and drive of those recordings have not been dimmed, and that the Brainiacs are still developing in new directions. Horns have now been added and a wider range of musical styles mined, yet this is still clearly very much a Brainiac 5 record, brimming with energy and invention. As before, few areas are truly off limits as they traverse their psych-punk blueprint through the neighbourhoods of funk, reggae and jazz on what is their most adventurous, yet focused, recording yet. The album features a cameo from founder member and renowned Cornish poet Bert Biscoe, alongside appearances from the equally renowned Gertrude Stein and G I Gurdjieff. It was lovingly mixed by their longtime engineer, Hawkwind's Martin Griffin
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