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Boomkat Product Review:
Bullion debuts his strange soul duo Blludd Relations with Jesse Hackett (Gorillaz/Owiny Sigoma Band) on homebrewed label, Deek Recordings - also home to his Nautic trio with Young Turks' Tic and Blue Roses' Laura Groves. It's a very welcome entry from one of our favourite UK pop-and-soul-smiths, blending those falsetto vocals which have become increasingly prevalent over the last few years with a rich palette of instrumentation and subtle studio chicanery in a breezy meeting of balearic pop, dub, and electronics. Comparisons bear up with everyone from Junior Boys in the blissful blue-eyed sway of 'Anything But The Fingers' to David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto in the modest, sino-tinged opulence of 'Luxury' or even General Strike on the supple, outernationalist Balearia of 'Where Do The Words Come From', but they're only comparisons and the spectrum of references would be far too wide to list here, and even unnecessary, as they've clearly, effortlessly hatched a genuinely striking and original style of song-writing. We're thoroughly impressed, and give it top recommendation to anyone looking for a summer album companion.