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Kim Gray- Perfume LP ~MAC DEMARCO!

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Kim Gray- Perfume LP.  Kim Gray started out as the side project of Vancouver musician Trevor Gray, who you may know from his other band Skinny Kids. Kim Gray is a softer, more dream pop version of what he was doing with Skinny Kids, and he seems poised to take off with this LP. The title track kicks off the album and brings to mind Burger Records alumni Gap Dream with swirling snyths with an 80’s pop dance club feel. The gears change slightly with the groovy bassline in “Tropical Low Life” and sets the tone for the rest of the album of mellow psych rock with chiming synths, shoegaze dreamyness and Trevor Gray’s twangey reverby guitar. At time the songs sound like a slightly more rock version of what Gap Dream are doing and a couple of the songs sound like the mellower side of Mac Demarco.

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