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8th April 2006, GSpot2 review in Maps Magazine
By Paul Madden
One of the great things about G-Spot last time around was the variety of different styles on show, and this year was no different, as following on from Dexy's soothing acoustic set came the effects strewn sonic blast of The Sailplanes who proceed to make a glorious noise that strips all of the best bits from Sonic Youth and Electrelane without any of the self-indulgent pretentiousness. The alternation between male and female vocalists and the delicate interweaving of the two guitars and subtle drumming without the
intrusive presence of a bassist provides a refreshingly divergent sound, and their keen understanding of dynamics keeps things interesting throughout.