Boomkat Product Review:
Andy Jenkinson, brother of the man Squarepusher, brings forth his hotly anticipated new album to Breakin', and ther'e's more than enough killer material here to satisfy!. When Ceephax's first two albums appeared in 2000, the self-titled record and 'Drivetime' tape pack on Belgium's First Cask sold out almost instantly, and went on to be one of our most requested items ever. 'Acid Quakers' on Lo merely added to the furore, so its with great pleasure we present this consumate Breakin' set. 'Camelot pollution' rides a blissful chicago-style kicking house riddim, 'Swab Funk' comes up front with the acid, and its all good. Incredible that Jenkinson records live and with analogue equipment, when you hear the range and originality of the tunes on show here. 'Marshmellow' is the sole representative here from the twice sold out 'Acid Legacy' ep, and just thrills the senses with depth and melody. 'Acid Le Soken' has a similar grasp of what makes these tunes work, raising machine rhythms to new emotive levels. 'Culteddy' touches more hectic timbres, ultra-fast drums and more rampant acid. 'Friday Film Special Acid' could stand up next to classic period Armando, so simple yet so utterly effective. 'Fantastic Planet' makes reference to the defining works of the Drexciyan brothers and other prime detroit movers, and its left to the irresistible groove and sublime melodies of 'Credick' to tie up this hugely enjoyable set. Everyone loves a 303!!! Ace.