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» Review: Brighton Live – The Beautiful Word/Man Ray Sky/Pink Narcissus

The Brunswick closed Brighton Live with three bands intent on doing it their way.

The Beautiful Word inhabited a fantasy place, where visitors to the moon can take along a pet cow. The easy harmonising and tinkling xylophone, though, masked the wryness in their lyrics, and their rolling crescendos were enough to silence the aggressively stood-up woman at the front.

Crescendos were thick on the ground, as Man Sky Ray threw everything into Radiohead’s kitchen-sink.

Pink Narcissus were the feel-good hit of the night, their cartoonish raids on nearly every punk subgenre ensuring daft grins amongst the exiting crowd.

The Brunswick, 8 October
Jim Milnes

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