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Boomkat Product Review:
After their mammoth anniversary boxset, we could safely say this is one of the most anticipated and easily the best release on Warp's 2009 schedule. 'Broadcast and The Focus Group investigate Witch cults of the Radio Age' is a dream sequence of sonics for the Hauntology canon, pairing Ghost Box's Julian House, aka The Focus Group, with longtime favourites Broadcast for a head swirl of psychedelic sampling, wistful vocals and charming melodic ephemera with an ominous underlying tension. If you're at all familiar with either artist/s you'll fast acknowledge they've achieved a well poised balance between their respective styles, with House's involvement leaning the project more towards abstracted, collage-like arrangements recalling the soundtracks to Nigel Keale's cult TV series 'Quatermass' and Brit horror flicks 'Terror' or 'Witchfinder General', while retaining Broadcast's intimate song structures with Trish Keenan's haunting vocals and original instrumentation. We won't even attempt to describe these tracks any further as their magic is so intense and densely woven that much closer inspection would be required before emabarking on such a task. Suffice to say that the artists involved here have shared a wonderfully unique vision that needs to be experienced in private and intimate settings for full effect, preferably with the lights dimmed low, and after the witching hour. An absolutely essential release, one of the finest you'll hear this year.