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Boomkat Product Review:
Here's an anomaly in this day and age: a band with a website that looks like it's been programmed by NASA but only three friends on their MySpace. One of which is Tom. Clearly they're new to the whole social networking lark, but seriously people, get some sort of discernable biog or press presence on the net. I have no idea who you are. I suppose that sort of business doesn't matter nearly as much as what the band actually sound like, and based on this set of compositions Scientific Support Dept. have a bit of a soft spot for all things trip hop, adding an electronica edge to their productions with touches that bring to mind Four Tet, or even Prefuse 73 (particularly on the fizzy, glitched-up programming of 'Harpi'). The second half of the album marks something of a departure from this sound, with smooth techno track 'J-Girls' and the crackly space reggae of 'Peanut in DUB'. A curious piece of work from the very start, Scientific Support Dept. are pretty hard to pin down, but helpfully that otherwise rather poorly maintained MySpace page informs us they make "Electronica/Dub/Pop", which sounds about right.