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Boomkat Product Review:
Cult Texan electro producer Cygnus at his intricate, funky best for Sheffield’s CPU
Arriving five years on from ‘Tesseracter’, Cygnus’s debut album for the label, ‘Deep Analysis’ continues in pursuit of an OG ‘80s into ‘90s sound into a 2020 clear vision of retro-futurist electro that’s steeped in the classics but equally full of Cygnus’ highly melodic character and meticulous sound craft.
The six track of ‘Deep Analysis’ showcase his talent at every angle, with a trio of vocodered highlights between the rolling swerve of ‘Ultraterrestrial’, the nifty sequencing of ‘Her Majesty (The Universe)’, and the Drexciya-meets-The Arabian Prince electro-rap styles of ‘Sheffield Bleep’, whereas the wickedly messed up title track yields one of his most chaotic, noisy workouts, reminding of Ultradyne, and the closing couplet of ‘Decent of Man’ and ‘Hallucinate Data’ neatly tend to the romantic electro-soul ends of his celebrated style.