Audio Review: FYNCH – Bookies’ Pens & Loose Ends


Posted 11 months ago in Music Reviews

FYNCH

Bookies’ Pens & Loose Ends

(Burner Records)

Burner Recs’ take on Irish hip-hop’s structure of collectivisation and DIY grind in a post-Soft Boy environment can be most closely compared to the difference between disco and the post-popularity turns that oeuvre took.

Taking hazy lo-fi sensibilities and peeling them back to the absolute elements, drone-tone wordsmith FYNCH enters his element with Bookies’ Pens and Loose Ends, especially on the likes of Like Me, a heavy drag through the anxieties of Generation Y, both for its future and within the second spaces we’ve made for ourselves.

Words: MikeMcGrath-Bryan

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