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1 review »Oh lordy this is better. Due to staff staying in bed issues, I’ve been left with a lot of the stuff that I would usually be kept away from but its nice to hear something amongst it all that I really like. So this is a project which features John Twells who used to operate as Xela and is now probably more ‘famous’ for operating the Type record label. Here, on the similarly Boomka ... »

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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 07 March 2014

Oh lordy this is better. Due to staff staying in bed issues, I’ve been left with a lot of the stuff that I would usually be kept away from but its nice to hear something amongst it all that I really like.

So this is a project which features John Twells who used to operate as Xela and is now probably more ‘famous’ for operating the Type record label. Here, on the similarly Boomkat-affiliated Modern Love imprint he collaborated here with the confusingly named Walker Chambliss to provide us with a nice EP of electronica with one anomaly with a bit of rapping on it.

Opener ‘Low Go‘ is a nice piece of low-end-tronica with the in vogue Fly Lo fizzy synth. ‘Stash’s Theme‘ has the rapping from Stash Marina & this puts a different slant on the EP, its good but the vocals sound more like a collaboration for a different record. ‘Kerosene‘ is slo-mo like the stuff on Triangle like that great early Balam Acab record before he started using the autotuned vocal shit. My favourite tune is ‘Radium Dial ‘ which has a lovely sloping late night vibe bit of Burial, heaps of The Haxan Cloak builds nicely with some walloping Ultravox drum shit


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