First-class honours for this Oxford-based band’s debut album.
“There really does have to be something in the water in Oxford these days. From quirky genre-bending acts like Jonquil to intelligent indie folk bands such as Stornoway, a considerable amount of the UK’s new musical talent seems to be emerging from the city of the erudite. Now, we can add Fixers to the ever increasing list of Oxford based artists releasing astonishingly good debut albums. After what appears to have been some drawn-out trouble with their label, Vertigo, the experimental, psychedelic five piece have finally released We’ll Be The Moon on their own small label. And it’s been worth the wait.”
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Originally published on UnderSong on 03/07/2012