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Boomkat Product Review:
**Sky Blue Vinyl** The more freakishly perceptive, Countdown-viewing contingent amongst you may have noticed that Hematic Sunsets is an anagram of Asmus Tietchens, and sure enough this new Dekorder LP is the handiwork of the great Hamburg-based sound artist. Dekorder seems like a fairly distant relation to the sort of labels we'd normally find Tietchens gracing: with the likes of Die Stadt, 12k offshoot Line and Mille Plateaux sub-label Ritornell Tietchens has been best known for releasing music within more stringent and earnestly electronic circles, but this new album represents something of a departure, taking steps towards a deformed kind of lounge music. Tietchens (and a cast of fictitious collaborators) delve into a world of exotica and easy listening that by turns brings to mind the library stings of the Radiophonic Workshop, Ron Geesin's KPM material, the rambling eccentricities of Felix Kubin, and maybe even just a little bit of Frank Sidebottom along the way. It's all a far cry from the steady-handed austerity of Tietchens' Mengen series, but Aroma Club Paradox proves to be highly entertaining - and still sonically inventive enough to please his regular fanbase.