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Boomkat Product Review:
Spectrum Spools give flight to a right zinger from Palm Highway Chase. 'Escape From New York' has already achieved cult status in the synth interzones, notching up over 5000 downloads from the artist's myspace and bandcamp pages since 2009, before John Elliott and Peter Rehberg colluded to present the tangible artefact on wax. It comes off like a caffeinated Jan Hammer duelling with himself and a wayward sequencer, barrelling out a nine-lane highway slicked with adrenalised arpeggios and chrome rainbows chords. Wrapping up his sleeves for intro, 'Steet Stallion', clattering kick drums punch time amidst towering, zig-zagging synthlines, creating a narrative subplot that resolves with the B-side opener 'Street Hawk' and furtively bridges between the kinky throbs of title track, 'Escape From New York' and the Hi-NRG romancing on 'Invisible Beach' or the wide-eyed panoramic closure of 'Space Again'.