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Boomkat Product Review:
Franck Vigroux alloys searing, processed chops to Mika Vainio-indebted boulder beats in his brutalist style, back to wound speakers on Cyclic Law’s Aesthetical sublabel.
Ploughing deeper into the wake of the late, great Vainio’s style, French artist Vigroux gives it some proper vigour at each turn, wielding pendulous planet-sized machine rhythms and calamitous textured guitar/synth sounds that really hit the mark for anyone missing Mika or indeed Pan Sonic. That’s not to say Vigroux’s sound is a rip-off, it just patently resembles the elementary power that we’re referencing, and Vigroux lends his own sense of melodrama to proceedings, with expert sort of reverse-engineered ‘90s electro influencing the mighty opener ‘Swinging Total’, while ‘Lame’ eggs it into epic territory, and ‘Accelerando’ hits hardest with overpronating industrial techno impulses, and it’s possible to detect some influence from ‘90s Depeche Mode in the swagger of ‘Communication’.