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Bass Cleft. Hahaha. I've always wanted to write that because I'm a total idiot! After all, Ralph (Bass Clef) won't mind, he's a right lovely chap. After the Wire magazine got all excited over his atmospheric debut with the really long title, follow up 'May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way' is more blatantly designed for the sweaty recesses of party land without losing any integrity or peer respect ...

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May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way by Bass Clef
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 26 November 2009
Bass Cleft. Hahaha. I've always wanted to write that because I'm a total idiot! After all, Ralph (Bass Clef) won't mind, he's a right lovely chap. After the Wire magazine got all excited over his atmospheric debut with the really long title, follow up 'May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way' is more blatantly designed for the sweaty recesses of party land without losing any integrity or peer respect. The opener could well have parallels with the current Bristol massive - dubby skanking gear with a tasty techno flavour. The best thing about the opening salvo of tracks is that they feature real parping brass courtesy of The Hackney Memorial Free Jazz Band. That is keeping it local, Mr. C, high five! There's some excellent, sharp rhythms, itchy keyboard motifs and fat bass manouvers all over the shop on this record, a couple of tracks flag slightly in places but mostly it's an optimistic, bouncy & richly detailed club/carnival banger from a man who clearly eats to the beat. Blank Tapes did this thing........

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