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Boomkat Product Review:
Cruise Control is a sublime sampler for the myriad projects currently stoked by Johnny Jewel and co over at Italians Do It Better, pulling together 12” cuts, excerpts from LPs and archival reissues in a heavily satisfying bounty of anachronistic pop, boogie, and soundtrack cues.
Counting 20 songs in just under 80 minutes it’s got stacks of value for your rapidly devaluing £, if that’s applicable, lassoing absolute pearls ranging from Nite Jewel’s Real High drifter to Farah’s now-classic plead, Gay Boy, and taking in obscure material such as the haunting sylvan synths and keys of Worshipping The Myth Of Betrayed Talent from Andrew Douglas Rothbard’s “magnetic tape recycling and analogue memorial data depository”, and the analog bubblebath of Glimpse from Ballad 5, the debut release by Montreal’s Tess Roby - who’s clearly one to keep a beady eye on.