Boomkat Product Review:
The return of Patrick Pulsinger's excellent Cheap imprint, their first release since 2004! Not only that - but this latest twelve from David Kempston Clatterbox project is quite easily the best thing on the label for some years and features Kempston's most advanced productions to date across 4 tracks of electroid dancefloor variations that work a treat. Opening track "Press On" nestles itself somewhere between classic Clear-period British electronica a la Gescom and the crisp melodic anthems Carl Craig released under the BFC moniker - and, needless to say, is just immense. "Teico" on the flip, meanwhile, is a more robust electro edit that's just incredibly well produced - the sound of malfunctioning robots paired up with some truly horizontal strings and pads, while "Teico2" ends the EP with its most straightforward track - spacious neu-electro of the highest order. Brilliant twelve - investigate immediately.