There is something of the sixties echoing through this latest release from the excellently titled Black Market Karma. But it is a version of the sixties that seemed to only exist in the music of the likes of Spiritualised and Spacemen 3; a later take on the era, a nostalgic reinvention of sorts, a dreamscape mainly of their creation…

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