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1 review »Inigo Kennedy's 'Vaudeville' is in fact, as you may have guessed, not particularly vaudeville in the traditional theatrical sense, being as it is a collection of sleek ambient electronica full of pulsating mechanical beats and cold droney melodies that treads a finely balanced line between dark ambient and Warp-ish electronica.   On a first spin through I'm particularly enjoying 'Requiem', ... »
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Vaudeville by Inigo Kennedy
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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 30 May 2014
Inigo Kennedy's 'Vaudeville' is in fact, as you may have guessed, not particularly vaudeville in the traditional theatrical sense, being as it is a collection of sleek ambient electronica full of pulsating mechanical beats and cold droney melodies that treads a finely balanced line between dark ambient and Warp-ish electronica.   On a first spin through I'm particularly enjoying 'Requiem', which switches between this robotically drifting style and some dinky ascending modular loops. Kennedy doesn't rush his arrangements, often building from a submerged thudding pulse into quite densely layered and soulful passages full of wavering synth loops and growing clouds of polyrhythms. 'Plaintive' has a lovely bit where he takes it right down to a simple phased drum pattern and then brings the melody back with rich, booming, almost brassy reverbed organ sounds.   It's a genuinely uplifting moment in an album that's perfectly happy to make you uncomfortable. I like this mixture of cold, bleak dystopian chills and partially-buried Plaid-ish nice vibes. Not a million miles away from the Horror Inc album that I really liked a lot last year. Finely crafted stuff.

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