CD £10.49 MPR007
CD on Mystery Plays Records.
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It’s a long time since I’ve heard anything by this guy. In fact the last thing I remembered hearing was a 7” he did on Static Caravan that came out in 2006. Where have I been for the last seven years? Arrgghhh...there’s too many records and not enough ears!
From the off this is sounding schweeeet! It opens with the Four Tet-ish ‘Time Of The Fire’ which is very reminiscent of something from ‘Pause’ with its DJ Shadow-esque beats, jazzish tendencies and Hebden style cymbal work and bass. It’s a confident opener that will impress. The ‘Sun Myth’ has lolloping drums falling over brass with some eager double bass work completing the holy jazz trinity. There’s plenty of twinkles in there too. Oh and there’s real people playing real instruments on this album as well in amidst the electronics.
What strikes me about this album is the superb production. It sounds brilliant! The sound is full and rich and varied. There is a jazz vibe running through the album but it’s a varied listen. There are beat laden tracks (some drums, some electronic beats) and there are tracks with no beats which are more atmospheric and experimental sounding. It’s epic in its scale and execution. Jazztronics...nice!
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