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Boomkat Product Review:
Teck Haus maestro and V-neck fancier Mathew Jonson morphs into Freedom Engine with a debut LP of lissom electro-jazz techno and ambient electronics for Dekmantel.
More than 15 years since he defined the ‘00s minimal techno scene with his ‘Typerope’ EP, and via various twists with his Cobblestone Jazz band, Jonson has arrived at a sound that consolidates his various strands with a new kosmiche outlook in ‘A Box Full of Magic.’ Warm traces of his native Canada’s illustrious synth heritage richly perfuse the album from end to end, spread between beat-less panoramas such as ’Sunrise On the Front’ and the percolated froth of ‘Worlds Above’, while also shaping up as some of his sharpest synth-pop songwriting in the Matthew Dear-like ‘A Box Full Of Magic’, along with diamond-cut electro aces in the shiny ‘Computerized’ and the killer, nervy box banger ‘The Very Strange.’