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Boomkat Product Review:
The first fruit of Phoebe Tolmer (Basement Jaxx/Nouvelle Vague) and Nick Phillip's newly minted coupling, 'Crazy Girls' opens like your standard BOC Xerox; shimmering, off kilter electronica, chiming synths and a lazy-ass beat... then in comes the sigh. As if disapproving of the way 'Crazy Girls' is going, Tolmer's exhalation ushers in some boogaloo bass and an after-hours disco vibe that is horrendously becoming. How very dare you? Atop this sultry blossom fall of shiny electronica is the pangyrical voice of Tolmer, who manages to make the phrase "we used to go walking down your street, hoping we'd catch a glance of you..." seem loaded with sexual intensity, recalling Roisin Murphy at her most intense. Backing this up is the neon lit Playgroup-like Spektrum mix, a lurching synth heavy Superbug edit, whilst on the other there's an instrumental and radio version to be getting busy with. Would we lie to you?