With their recently released EP, Slide, Sens has constructed a crafty body of work, albeit short; the record spans six tracks coming in at just over thirty minutes. But it’s thirty minutes packed with elastic grooves and open ended spaces, tightly filled with the fiery driven keyboard work of Gwen Grimes played to precision. Grimes splits the vocals and songwriting credits with her bandmate, Rob Chandler (guitar, bass, mandolin), and the two are kept in balance with drummer/percussionist Stu Crair, who provides the steady rhythms of Sens.

One quick listen to Slide and it becomes quite obvious that something phishy is going on here. Pardon the pun, but consider it necessary. Not to say that Sens lacks originality, in fact, at times Slide sounds unlike anything you

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