Boomkat Product Review:
Growing, the duo of Joe Denardo and Kevin Doria, have been plying their trade across such notable labels as Kranky, Rock Action, Troubleman Unlimited and of course The Social Registry, who host this latest exercise in strobing, rhythmic ambience. From the opening quickfire throb of 'Green Flag' you'll instantly recognise that familiar Growing template, but the formula is undoubtedly at its most refined on All The Way, sounding like a more layered and complete record than just about anything the group's done previously. 'Green Flag's tremolo flickers merge with unnerving bullfrog-like croaks and wheezy oscillations to fashion a peculiar melodic quality, and further to that, deeper into the album and beyond the expected shimmering soundscape effulgence, 'Rave Pie Only' sounds like a techno record infected by some strange mutant virus, having an effect not unlike Black Dice at their most effective and alien. Elsewhere 'Lens Around' toys with Kompakt's Pop Ambient sound to great effect, before 'Reconstruction' caps off the album with '60s organ-fuelled psych and monstrous, insectile sound effects. Ace.