According to Brooklyn Vegan, Half String‘s A Fascination With Heights is “a terrific record that definitely skews a little more toward the atmospheric postpunk of The Sound and Comsat Angels than what Ride, Swervedriver or My Bloody Valentine were doing. Poppier too. Choruses are loaded with “lah lahs” and “Bah bah bahs,” and songs like ‘Backstroke’ and the album’s title track are pure sunshine.” Read more here.
The album, originally issued in 1996, is currently available as a new expanded edition from Independent Project Records. The set, along with a reissue of a contemporary release from labelmates Scenic, is at radio now.