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Boomkat Product Review:
Cheval Sombre has been producing homespun psychedelic folk music since 2000; that's almost ten years now and he's put out a respectable plethora of releases. It was only when chancing upon the expertise of one Sonic Boom (of the late, great, Spacemen 3) that his luck really changed and he was introduced to a world of thrumming obscurity. The first thing I thought when I put the album on was "crikey this sounds a bit like Spiritualized, I wonder if it's connected?" and though the band isn't directly related, the Sonic Boom connection is understandable. The record is also notable for featuring Luna/Galaxie 500 man Dean Wareham on a couple of tracks which again elevates the authenticity, especially making this kind of music. Sure it might not be the most original thing you've heard but I've got a real soft spot for Sonic Boom, and a soft spot for the kind of winding folk tunes Cheval Sombre seems to have a knack for creating. The combination is just hard to resist, really.