Boomkat Product Review:
Matt Cutler's druggy, pitch-bent productions are generally guaranteed to give us the tingle, and 'All Those Weird Things' is no different. Against a backdrop of tough, pared-down 4/4, our boy just runs riot with ravey chords that are as hard to follow as the narrative of a big night on '89-strength E; they seem to fold in on, out of and around themselves in a way that defies audio logic, but without once compromising the track's melody and momentum. We can only imagine what havoc it's going to be reaking in clubs this year, especially when the brazen synth-shredding kicks in at 3:40. Honestly, this is just an absolute belter, and once you wrap your ears around it you'll find it hard to get your wonk on to anything else.