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More retro futurism bringing to mind the kraut rock of the 1970's, Neu, Can, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream. The title track has hypnotic, hazy rhythms which move along nicely topped off with moog giving it a very progressive rock feel. The rhythms show decent techno,dancefloor influences but (and I'm not sure if its a taste thing on my behalf) the synths just make it sound a bit cheesy and ...

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Limited numbered job on Magazine Records.

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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 20 August 2010

More retro futurism bringing to mind the kraut rock of the 1970's, Neu, Can, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream. The title track has hypnotic, hazy rhythms which move along nicely topped off with moog giving it a very progressive rock feel. The rhythms show decent techno,dancefloor influences but (and I'm not sure if its a taste thing on my behalf) the synths just make it sound a bit cheesy and dates it to about 1975. The other tracks take a skipper, housier more minimilist route and to my ears are better for it. You can still hear the Kraftwerk influence running down through the years but its not as obvious. Again I'd like to see a few more new ideas brought in rather than attempting to ape records from the past.


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