Without meaning to confuse people too much, it just goes to show how one single solitary letter can make the same word take on a whole new meaning. In this case, let's take the letter "O", swapped almost unknowingly for its counterpart vowel "E" yet pronounced the same forthwith. Nevertheless, the Dolorean responsible for 'The Unfazed', a five-piece hailing from the westerly confines of Portland, Oregon are literally a million miles away both logistically and sonically from Delorean, the Basque quartet responsible for last summer's excellent electronica record 'Subiza'. Indeed, it's hard to imagine these exponents of what can only be described as old school country folk being enamoured by any form of technology, let alone such fastidious artefacts as synthesizers and samplers.
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