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  1. Three years on from announcing their attentions, Paqua are ready to unveil their debut album, 'Akaliko', a Buddhist word meaning “timeless”. It’s an apt description for an album that bristles with sun-kissed beauty, fuzzy guitars, impeccable instrumentation and far-sighted late night charm.
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  3. Ranging from the string and strum bliss of "The Visitor" to the "Horse With No Name" style pace and folky delicacy of "We Are What We Are" via the Motown-style funk missile "Ruby Running Faker", Akaliko is stamped with indelible cosmic authority thanks to its dynamic compositions and tight instrumentation. As spellbinding as it is essential.
  4. Akaliko, an Album by Paqua. Released 9 June on Claremont 56 (catalog no. C56LP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Funk Rock. Featured peformers: Patrick Dawes (percussion), Robin Lee (cello), Patrick Wood (drums).
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  7. Everything about this album is deeply pleasing and as such is essential to own. A limited edition 10" called 'The Dubs' also hit the stores a couple of weeks after the album came out. Ray Mang and the Idjut Boys take on 'The Visitor', my current favourite track from the LP, and both deliver extra warm and now also essential beauties.

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