The duo is Dan Warden and Miles Copeland and they are releasing the album 'Harpsichord treacle' in a few days time.
The duo plunder the sunshine pop of the 1960's but also finds that showers and shadows is a part of the weathersystem.
Altogether the mix is very laidback - dj-style - mellow and surfish. The kind of tunes you'd like in your ears on a summerbreeze while on the beach.
The Superimnposers mixes different genres and to me this aural montage, or whatever you'll call it, draws back a lot on some of the nuggets from the 60's. It has Brian Wilson, Gene Clark, but also some Spritulized and stuff like that to it.
What I really like about this stuff is that it's so full of warmth and lush symphonic production that you can't help being pleased. Also the vintage instrumentation is spot on. I think these guys deserves more press, so I can't really recommend them enough. In their genre they rock.
The release is on their own brandnew label Wonderfulsound.