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Boomkat Product Review:
**Limited edition heavyweight coloured vinyl includes bonus mixtape CD 'In The Brickhouse', plus download code** Will Archer a.k.a. Slime arrives ghostly yet fully formed with a strung-out suite of ambient R&B-pop and soft focus electronics. Prefaced by a 2-track single for Weird World (and, before that, a single for Get Me!), 'Company' catches a breezy set of ten songs by the Newcastle-raised, London-based 27 year old singer/songwriter who arrives at this point from an interesting set of circumstances: at once influenced by the sounds of his dad's coffee factory as much as his background in the Geordie gabber scene and work scoring original film music for a youth orchestra at the Tate Modern. However, it's fair to say we hear none of that in 'Company', though. It's a low-lit, laidback collection of songs following his instincts thru a lush meld of R&B, electronica and blue-eyed ambient soul tropes trimmed with a dead sharp and sweet pop tooth. After checking the drippin' soul of 'At Sea Again' featuring Selah, or the chiming, jazz-wise loveliness of 'Hot Dog' it should come as little surprise that Archer has previous production/co-writing with artists such as Jessie Ware or Vondelpark, but, for us, he's a far more intriguing and seductive solo artist in the likes of Bullion-esque soul of 'Symptoms', and frayed lean of 'Patricia's Stories' featuring Jeremiah Jae.