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Boomkat Product Review:
‘Aru Otoko No Densetsu’ serves Foodman at his playful, innovative best, fusing Footwork with jazz and ambient notions for Cameron Stallones a.k.a. Sun Araw’s Sun Ark label
The latest in a mazy line of characteristically cartoonish creations by Takahide Higuchi’s Foodman avatar, ‘Aru Otoko No Densetsu’ is his first release since a prolific 2016 period, and first vinyl issue since ‘Ez Minoku’ for Orange Milk that same year.
It feels like Foodman used the time between these releases to step outside and review his sound, returning some of his most minimal yet detailed arrangements of footwork tics, 4th world exotica, and balmy jazz references, and in a way that beautifully reflects Sun Ark’s gently psychedelic remit as much as the loose, colourful markings of his pencil, felt tip and crayon drawings, included in an accompanying booklet.
This one’s a keeper.