8/10 Phil Staff review, 23 November 2011
Broderick is back with a brand new album on the Erased Tapes label. If you're interested he's relocated from Denmark to Berlin. I don't know about you but I find it important to know where my popstars are living. 'Music For Confluence' is a soundtrack to a film about murdered women from Idaho in the early '80s; I've not seen the film but I'd like to know what happens now. Broderick has created a stark and moving soundtrack utilising his many skills as a multi instrumentalist. Considering the bleak subject matter the music is far from bleak.... it's emotive and perhaps a little desperate sounding at times but compared to some of the bleakness that gets played in the office it's positively uplifting. Piano strings and guitars are filling my broken headphones (which I've just snapped and taped up Jack Duckworth style) and it's calming me down after the my rampage on the office's audio equipment. Very lovely indeed.
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