Handcream For A Generation

Rating: NN

There’s nothing necessarily wrong with Cornershop trying to cut another Brimful Of Asha to pay the bills, yet that shouldn’t prevent them from moving forward and exploring new sounds. Restricting Chicago deep soul great Otis Clay to voicing a song intro when he could outsing Tjinder Singh and his whole weedy quintet turns out to be just one of a rising stack of missed opportunities on their way to making Handcream For A Generation the most conservative and conventional album possible. Cornershop play the Phoenix May 15.

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