Out today as the first in a series of download releases from the GIITTV singles club comes “The End of the World” by Time.Space.Repeat available now as a free download here:
Those who sign up as GIITTV members here: [url]http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/users/registration_signup.php[/url] will also receive the wonderously building b-side “No Laces” as a free mp3.
"Time.Space.Repeat are an uplifting four piece with an optimistic sound that thankfully isn’t that easy to pigeonhole.Even when they’re singing about "The End of the World" you’ll feel fine and full of hope. I guess if you need signposts and directions then they’re a relaxed easy shoegazing post rock band of sorts....Part uncluttered Mercury Rev, part tingling Sigur Ros, a hint of heads back touch the clouds Pink Floyd and just the right amount of edgy fractured Sonic Youth in there with the innocence and the genuine love of and for their craft." Organ Art Magazine
"Londoners Time. Space. Repeat. are responsible for some of the most touching drone tinged rock n roll I’ve heard in ages...“End of the World” is like an Ian McCulloch penned anthem for a post-apocalyptic 28 Days Later landscape." Treblezine
" ‘The End of The World’ sounds like an Explosions in the Sky Cover, but then again, doesn’t everything? TEOTW is a rather good stab at a radio-friendly MBV-esque track, but it doesn’t sell itself out with cheap chromatic choruses in G-Major which is the one thing threatening to become the albatross of the genre. TSR are a band with high integrity and an ear for catchy hooks and beats on the right side of commercial. I would like to hear their music played against a backdrop of civil war and social disharmony as those are the images press-ganged into my brain when I hear this song. " Audiojunkies