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10/10 Ralph Mitchard Customer review, 13th February 2007Most electronica leaves me cold but this collection of sound sculptures and dance grooves by Bristol's Spookboy is unique. Blending psychedelia, funk and jazz the tracks on this collection are well constructed and multi-layered - like film soundtracks for espionage movies yet to be made. Each song has its own pace and ambience but the overall mood of this compilation is energetic and fresh. Opening track Mont Blanc is on the Myspace linked above and is as cool as the mountain it takes its name from. King of the Hill is a sleazy r'n'b groove, and Penny Sanchez is a slice of Jazzadelica that gets your toes tapping and your mind wandering.
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10/10 Anton K. Jettstrake Customer review,
Sources close to Spookboy tell of stroboscopic phases to the creative process: laying in the dark staring at the ceiling, and the illuminated work phrenzy where his varied inspirations are transmuted into music and cover art. Eclectica by Spookboy is warped, accomplished and surreal, as well as varied in mood and style. A slice of the contemporary musical underground that entertains and challenges.
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