Just one listen to the first track of the Preface EP on Graveface Records and it feels just like 1991 again. The promo's description of 'space pop' is very fitting; it's a shoegazing pastiche and no mistake. It's no surprise, therefore, that Christian Savill, once of shoegazing pioneers Slowdive, is one half of the group. Its follow-up 'Nobody Sees' is more like country music for the future, or to take another slant, Mercury Rev via a vocoder. The second half of the EP is taken up by the 'Ellipsis' suite from Dreamend. The approach falls into the wall of sound category but instead of drawn out 10-minute epics it is delivered in three smaller, easily digestible parts, each boasting their own independent melody. A fine seventeen-minute appetiser that leaves the listener thirsting for more from this fledgling record label.