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Boomkat Product Review:
Brainfeeder reissues Austin Peralta's 2011 album 'Endless Planets' - the label's first foray into proper jazz - bundling it up with a BBC session recorded during the same period. RIYL Sam Gendel or Miguel Atwood-Feguson.
A touring member of The Cinematic Orchestra and a friend and regular collaborator of Flying Lotus and Thundercat, Peralta had an impressive career in front of him, which makes his unexpected passing in 2012 sting even more. His final solo album was 'Endless Planets', and Brainfeeder have put together this celebratory deluxe edition, including a prized Maida Vale session that features a live rendition of Peralta's popular FlyLo collaboration 'DMT Song'. If you're into the Los Angeles jazz sound - popularized more recently by the prolific Sam Gendel - then there's plenty here to sink your teeth into. Peralta is a gifted performer and confident songwriter, who doesn't let his virtuosity capsize his groove. And although you're likely to have come across this album before, the additions make it worth a further look.