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Boomkat Product Review:
Jonny Nash’s ever wonderful Melody As Truth presents a lush session of para-dimensional ambience from Melbourne’s Tourist Kid, who makes only his 4th recorded outing after a cassette with Phinery Tapes and a killer 12” cut for Good Company Records
One of a new batch of artists not named Jonny Nash or Suzanne Kraft to release on MAT, Tourist Kid fits the role beautifully and refreshingly with an 8-part suite fanning out from hyaline DSP geometries and windswept choral voices to hyperlush arps and a handful of warped, poignant vignettes.
Where the previous Nash, Kraft and D.K. editions have erred to classicist ambient styles, Tourist Kid wanders wide-eyed in modernist dimensions, bridging the crystal clear influence of ‘80s Japanese electronics with a subtly more scattered and fractious appeal located in the here and now, resulting moments genuinely comparable with the likes of Arca, Cy An, or James Ferraro in contemporary field - a matter neatly reflected in the sharp blues and angularities of the cover artwork.