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Boomkat Product Review:
A starry meeting of musical talents, this 1992 debut album by Experimental Audio Research features a line-up that finds mainstay and Spacemen 3 graduate Sonic Boom accompanied by AMM's Eddie Prevost, Kevin Martin (these days best known as The Bug) and none other than MBV's Kevin Shields. These otherworldly soundscapes have aged exceptionally well, which no doubt has something to do with the all-analogue sound sources in use throughout. The core drones and VCS3 ambience at the heart of this record find counterpoints in Prevost's bowed cymbal, Martin's saxophones and echo treatments, plus the unrecognizably processed guitar work from Shields, all of which convene to create a powerfully tangible blend of noises and feedback tones, sustaining a sense of dynamism and human interaction throughout, despite the vehemently alien aesthetics explored across improvisations like 'In The Cold Light Of Day' and 'The Circle Is Blue'.