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For the second year running, our friends from Ol' Blighty, Keshco, have created a free release especially for international Record Store Day. However, not content to pay homage to just one worthy cause, they combined that with the following day's Earth Day, for a 13 and a half minute slice of lo-fi conscious grandeur. The title track is an (unfortunately) all to real ode to the lost bee kingdoms of the world, told through hints of Bowie melodicisms. It's positively symphonic in the Keshco context. A quick google of Roger Taylor's 'The Unthinking Eye' will also help you place the creative process. Just don't
go listening to Taylor's original, you might not recover and it bears little resemblance to 'Bees' in the end anyway. 'Porcine' evokes patoral psychedelia, and we promise you'll be singing 'never trust a tory' in your sleep. The abstract noise into which the track descends is ramped up in 'Worm Café' as chattering rhythms are laid out under gibberish, glottal brass and wailing woodwind. Righteous bliss.