Boomkat Product Review:
3rd and most whacked-out instalment of the Wah Wah Wino series emerging from somewhere between Ireland and Amsterdam if you follow the trail of crumbs…
Either the work of one schizzy mind or the an accumulation of group energies, this one is the deepest, blunted and dreamy of the lot so far.
A-side carves out a crisply dubbed sort of halfstep boogie, hingeing a supple B-line worthy of some Ndagga release around pinging Linn snares and ticking hi-hats woven with sparing psych-funk guitar and Moog licks, saving a killer final flourish to come off like cousins of Co La and Max D’s Lifted project.
On the other side, he melts the clarity with lysergic lushness, smudging a playful assortment of tribal drum patterns and chimes to resemble something from the Diskant camp.