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Boomkat Product Review:
The man behind Electronicat, Fred Bigot is responsible for some seven albums (three for Munich's Disko B) and this latest finds him making further connections between fizzy, quasi-industrial rock music and hipster electropop. The opening 'Du Vent' has its roots in Suicide with its abrasive primal electronic punk rhythms, but could easily sit alongside the recent outpourings of Black Strobe. Next up is the title track, a serving of beatbox guitar pop with shimmering, effects heavy vocals that cruises along nonchalantly enough until about halfway through the track ups its weirdness stakes with a bit of plug-in madness that results in a sound akin to Jesus and Mary Chain getting caught up in a dogfight between a TIE fighter and an X-wing. 'Pancake Lady' is at first somewhere between Throbbing Gristle and the primordial buzz of Pan Sonic, but gradually the track evolves to incorporate loosened-up, even funky rock motifs.'She's A Queen' draws the album to a close, sharing its glittery electro stomp with Goldfrapp's 'Ooh La La'.