UNDERRATED: Seefeel's 'Quique'

The music landscape in 1993 was consumed by the ascendant alt-rock era and the continued rise of hip-hop, but it also saw the release of this London quartet's first album that even 20 years later sounds like nothing else. Reissued on vinyl for the first time, "keek" is a mix of fuzzy shoegaze guitars, ethereal dream-pop and some kind of churning electronic haze that rewards exploration, even if for the first time.
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