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Boomkat Product Review:
Folk-Blues trooper Mike Cooper and French rock band Hifiklub present a craggy psyche-rock soundtrack setting music to a 1907 text and the images of Robert J. Flaherty’s silent film ‘Man of Aran’ 
Filmed over two years on the inhospitable islands off the Irish west coast, ’Man Of Aran’ was 3rd documentary feature film made Robert J. Flaherty following ‘Nanook of the North’ - in 1922 the world’s first commercially successful documentary film in 1922 - and ‘Moana’, which was set in the south seas. While the latter film may seem the most natural choice for Cooper, whose work often revolves the south Pacific, the Aran Isles clearly provide a colder streak of inspiration for Cooper and Hifiklub, who describe the Atlantic-lashed rocks with salty licks of psyche guitar and starkly primitive drums, while Cooper hollers John Millington Synge’s text ‘The Aran Islands’  with a conviction that brings the words to life and takes listeners right there.