Succour album cover


Warp Records

Seefeel’s move from Too Pure to Warp prior to Succour and its preceding EPs made a real aesthetic sense — where the band still sounded like something of a rock act on Quique, their increasing interest in electronic approaches fully thrived following the label move and embrace of an even more minimal public image. Pulsing, murmuring, embracing skeletal beats and melodies with only the subtlest tinge of guitars and the like drifting through the arrangements, Succour very much is in its own creative zone with highlights like “Ruby-Ha” and “Fracture.”

Ned Raggett

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