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“ it’s perhaps their least classifiable album to date, certainly the most interesting, and arguably the best… they remain one of the most interesting bands around – and a terrific live act ”

Ian Mann, The Jazz Mann January 2014 review of Lope And Antilope
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“ Get The Blessing have successfully achieved in Lope and Antilope the right balance between what once was and what now is ”

God is in the TV January 2012 review of Lope And Antilope
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“ This is an album to listen to and revisit, full of creative interplay, sonic tricks, clever minimal solos and huge and varied atmosphere ”

Martin Price, Fatea January 2014 review of Lope And Antilope
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“ bristles with more improvising and ensemble ingenuity and the result is an album that manages to unleash the momentum trip hop hampered by the constraints of downtempo dance music could never really tackle ”

Marlbank January 2014 review of Lope And Antilope
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“ The eccentricity of Get the Blessing’s disparate influences have, with this album, congealed into a captivating, compulsively listenable singularity ”

Shaun Brady, Jazz Times November 2012 review of OCDC
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“ moody as a moonlit street, and instantly recognisable ”

Ivan Hewitt, Daily Telegraph March 2012 review of OCDC
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“ mixes the spirit of Ornette Coleman with the electric thump of indie rock… OC DC is their most convincing yet ”

John Bungey, The Times April 2012 review of OCDC
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“ grinding, hypnotic basslines…strong melodies.. Sometimes flirting with dub and a cerebral brand of fusion that recalls Soft Machine ”

John Lewis, Uncut May 2012 review of OCDC
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“ mixes scorching rock with Ornette Coleman-like sax and much more besides to thrilling effect ”

John Fordham, The Guardian March 2012 review of OCDC
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“ OCDC reveals Get The Blessing as a contemporary music combo with even more delicious potential than we realised ”

Tony Benjamin, Venue Magazine March 2012 review of OCDC
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