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Well I've been struck down with an awful cold this week, always in October I land myself with this unwelcome curse but enough of my saga into of unwellness and cheers to Lukid for taking my mind off it by merely releasing a new album, his fourth, on Actress's fine respected Werk stable.
His eclectic sound veers between various poles such as slow Balearic soul infused with the groove of balmy disco funk tripping into 'Manchester's disembodied dubby techno replete with lovely hypnotic sonar pulses plus a yearning backward-masked soul-flecked vocal loop that recalls Panda Bear's 'Surfers Hymn' and then we're onto the wonky kaleidoscopic shuffle of the title track.
'Snow Theme' is a dead pretty near-ambient slice of Moomin-appeasing kosmische, the fantastically titled 'This Dog Can Swim' resembles a blurred, splintered piece of grumbled abstract electro, 'Southpaw' comes across like a bass-infused slice of urban scrawl that makes good use of decaying synths and grainy distortion and then 'Riquelme' is another terrific bite of the hazy dub-techno pie, lovin' this atmospheric strut. Hopefully this gives you an adequate idea of the diversity and spread of sonic treats on offer here...
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