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Boomkat Product Review:
The first track ('Adam's Fruit Temptation') on Mike Tamburo's 'Beating of the Rewound Son' LP lists a dog brush, egg slicer and alarm clock as constituent parts in its sound... WHIMSY ALERT! However before you wrap your head in tin foil and retreat under the dining room table, it's also worth mentioning that Tamburo is a dab-hand on the 6 String acoustic guitar, can tease sundry delights from a piano and even unleashes some XXX accordion action if the situation dictates. As one of Meisha and Arco Flute Foundation's main players, Tamburo has consummate experience of the pithily titled 'new American ethnic guitar' genre, but whereas that label may strike fear of overly worthy compositions deep within your heart, what Tamburo essentially deals in is intricately plotted and deeply layered songs that choose to wear their heritage more prominently than most. Opening with 'Adam's Fruit of Temptation', Tamburo takes an acoustic guitar as the core then carefully accrues layer after layer of instrumentation around this nucleus, allowing them to drop out and change direction whenever the song dictates. Sounding not unlike a more restrained Axelrod, Tamburo continues in his Fahey/ Charlemagne Palesestine/Lorn Connors vein with the iridescent piano-led 'Kremlin Krab' whilst the minor epic of 'And You I Will Love Like Yoko Ono' chooses to couch it's post-rock pulse under layers of non-invasive distortion and par-boiled drones. Lovely.