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Boomkat Product Review:
Consumer electronics' Best, Froehlich and Haswell go from strength to strength with their follow-up to 2014's 'Estuary English' and this year's 'Repetition Reinforcement' for Diagonal.
Riled into aktion by the inequities of Tory Britain, on 'Dollhouse Songs' they vent a gush of lyrical and electronic bile that almost makes their last LP sound like a mere warm-up.
Erstwhile Whitehouse figurehead Philip Best is still front and centre, but devolves vocal duties to Sarah Froelich for two of the album's most shocking outbursts in the breathless force of 'Condition of a Hole' and a rubbling version of 'Murder Your Masters' from 'Estuary English', whilst Haswell more than keeps up his end of the bargain with some of his most bloody minded yet disciplined productions in the phosphorous flares and blastbeats of 'History of Sleepwalking' and the limen-tearing maelstrom of 'Knives Cut'.
However, the biggest attraction may be the two beat-less pieces, which we'll assume were written by Froehlich and Haswell together (sounds like it at least), rending two wormholes of chromatic colour and synthesised chaos in 'Nothing Natural' and the Stefan Jaworzyn-alike mindfloss backing to 'Colour Climax'.