TOY: NICE UNCUT REVIEW

"British-Norwegian pair`s quirky pop. Toy`s Alisdair Stirling and Jorgen Traeen claim to have met in the Casio department on the fifth floor of Hamley`s, and take inspiration from Pingu and noise music. We know for certain that their cascading reverie "Rabbit Pushing Mower" opened Annie`s recent DJ Kicks selection, and that Toy`s genial mix of library nuggest, found sounds, muzak and electronica recalls Luke Vibert`s more accomplished doodles. At times, on "Don`t Be" and "Valley Cars", these elements combine to produce Røyksopp-like moments of giddy wonder, but several similar squiggles, Toy`s faux-na