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  • Artist(s): Ryan Jewell, Matt Horseshit
  • Summary: After establishing "shitgaze" as a subgenre of "shoegaze", the Ohio band continue on their wildly experimental path with a more electronic-based space-rock sound.
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  • Record Label: Fat Cat
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Noise Pop
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  1. Jun 2, 2011
    Laced is more than a real step-up for Psychedelic Horseshit, it's the best album of its kind I've heard this year.
  2. May 20, 2011
    For once, he can consider the game well and truly played.
  3. Dec 9, 2011
    The name Psychedelic Horseshit is more accurate than ever, as they truly sound psychedelic for the first time, surrounded by wild soundbursts and shiny musical squiggles that would probably be called "horseshit" by most mainstream rock fans...In a way, it's perfect. A perfect mess.
  4. May 20, 2011
    Laced is indeed bigger and bolder than previous albums, which is somewhat ironic since it has a more intimate, made-in-the-bedroom feel than the band's earlier basement forays.
  5. Jun 30, 2011
    PH's previous efforts (the live shows, in particular) have been experiments in what an average listener can take, punctuated with bursts of pleasant catchiness. On Laced, Whitehurst has inverted the ratio, which works, which means the more grating leftovers can be appreciated for the oddities they are.
  6. 70
    Noise music has been content to let its harsh aesthetics do the talking alone for too long; with Laced, Whitehurst has challenged that paradigm.
  7. May 31, 2011
    If ambition of design were to take precedence over tangible results, Laced would be a great album. It is an elaborate attempt at uniting heavy-handed artistic endeavours through exotic instrumentation and experimental sounds, with a lo-fi crass, lifelike production, giving it the feel of a bold art exhibit found lying on the sidewalk of a dirty street infested with lowly people, as opposed to a quaint art gallery.

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