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On this new woozy opus, CAM hits us immediately with the sound of Luke Vibert's 'Nuggets' colliding with a really languid version of Moog terrorists Add N (to X). His sweet pastoral chill out meets 70s Library Music in lounge heaven but manages to ingeniously avoid the cheese factor. This makes the smooth jazzy drums, parping, liquid synths & bobbing harmonic bass tones, that open the album, c ...

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 11 February 2010
On this new woozy opus, CAM hits us immediately with the sound of Luke Vibert's 'Nuggets' colliding with a really languid version of Moog terrorists Add N (to X). His sweet pastoral chill out meets 70s Library Music in lounge heaven but manages to ingeniously avoid the cheese factor. This makes the smooth jazzy drums, parping, liquid synths & bobbing harmonic bass tones, that open the album, compete in a smooth, relaxing stroll down memory lane, whilst maintaining a really fresh, contemporary feel. There's definitely nods to Aphex Twin's cheekier, twinkly moments on here without being remotely derivative, as well as the bubbling, chatty synth arpeggios beloved of early U-Ziq & Mr Vibert. Throughout, Mr March has an agenda all of his own though, his playful beats unobtrusive, some gorgeous warm production frills & a the considered use of strings courtesy of Sean O' Hagan make this a rich, rewarding & vibrant listen that sounds like a the audio equivalent of a warm, hazy Spring day. Take down yr roof and breathe in deeply, it's gonna be a beautiful one! A lovely surprise!!

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