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Boomkat Product Review:
The master of evocative shoegaze-tronica presents his first solo LP in six years, and some ten years after his widely cherished 'A Strangely Isolated Place' LP for City Centre Offices. In case you've not kept an eye on Ulrich in recent years; he's kept himself busy with a string of collaborations alongside the likes of Kirsty Hawkshaw, Jonas Munk, and ASC, and it's perhaps the latter, and the autonomic D&B scene at large, who've had most influence on the whirring technoid rhythms and structures of 'A Long Way To Fall'. Of course, he's still a very sentimental bugger at heart, wearing his MBV and Chapterhouse badges proudly on a tear-stained sleeve, but the mercurial rhythm programming now almost bears a stronger allegiance to the likes of dBridge or Synkro than anything in his previous catalogue.