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Collected selected archive from Tex La Homa, 2010 - 2010.

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'“A gentleman with a firm grasp of the importance of stillness and silence in music. His beats roll in like sleepwalking tapdancers, his basslines are corpulent and cavernous and he has less a vocal style and more a bedside manner where he half- whispers at you.”' > NME..

....'A beautifully understated, fragile affair. Bewitching and addictive.' > The Times

....'Tex La Homa stealing the show with a combination of shoe gazing lyricisms and reversed electronica. Like listening to radio waves from space' > Touch.. will have a wide grin on your face, the uncluttered joy of these songs reminding why music is so important in this complicated world' > Terrascope.. instrumental elements and pained vocals to tell deep and disturbing tales of regret and intrigue. Lovely."
> Boomkat..

...."I really don't think I've heard a current band get the shoegaze sound in all its subtlety so well- the drums are low in the mix and lazily played, the guitars lines are blurry and distorted with just a touch of melancholy, and the vocals sound like they are being whispered from some far away cloud." > Foxy Digitalis..

...."from crisp acoustic clarity to hazy ectoplasmic murk. All deeply evocative and
hallucinatory in a dreamily atmospheric way" > Dream Magazine

....“Simply beautiful” > Drowned in Sound....

Tex La Homa stealing the show with a combination of shoe gazing lyricisms and reversed electronica.
>Touch Magazine

It's like buying several mind DVDs at once.
>Norman Records


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