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C86, indiepop, Lo-Fi

Pash – Demonstration

Pash are a new band from down under, Sydney to be precise. The band centre around Jemimah and Jackson although the line up increases when they record or play live. Demonstration is their first release and their lo-fi, sometime shambling, indiepop is a delight.

The label mention that “they could maybe be compared to Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Talulah Gosh” but I can hear influences earlier than that, especially those artists that bridged the gap between post-punk and indiepop. Amongst their peers I would say The Jeanines would be a good shout. Both tracks here have the same effect on me when I was a lad, hearing The Shop Assistants for the first time. If that is not a recommendation then I don’t know what is.

Demonstration is available from Urban Cowboy in cassette and digital formats.

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