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Boomkat Product Review:
*Red wax* Debut album of tempered euphoria by the hotly-tipped Expensive Looks on the dead trendy Group Tightener label. 'Dark Matter' is a playful synthesis of Expensive Looks' rich formative diet of Chi-House, Disco, and vintage Psych elements with a modernist pop aesthetic, recalling the starry-eyed songcraft of Toro Y Moi, twinges of the Flaming Lips and the '80s-cum'00s ebullience of MGMT. It's deftly textured and gauzy without being lo-fi, finding a just-out-of-focus mid-ground which doesn't quite fit with any pre-set genre values, setting a smudged lighting for Alec Feld's impassioned indie vocals and a tantalisingly out-of-reach feel to his tightly woven drum machines and filigree, minimal layers of glinting synths. Highlights have to be Italo-ish dream-pop of 'Nightfall', the hyperventilating Boogie strafes of 'Tracewave' and the Forest Swords gone slow disco vibes on 'Vanishers'.