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Boomkat Product Review:
A spoil of splintering, lushly awkward rhythms, kaotic harmonix and fractal electronics, it's a proper, future shock of a record. it exists in it's own parallel dimension, holding up a smashed mirror to 30 years of developments in the avant-garde, on the dancefloor, and in virtual reality. It's a sound Patten's been edging towards since orbiting underground echelons with his releases for his own Kaleidoscope label, and the excellent 'Glaqjo Xaacsso' LP for No Pain In Pop, but we reckon few would have predicted quite how glorious this album would turn out, us included. At it's whirring, amorphous core lies a heart ready to Pop, swelling with influence from Sonic Youth to Sade, Arthur Russell and Rammellzee, but we'd be more inclined to hear it as some sorta synthesis of Actress's fugged-out abstraction with the viral algorithms of Autechre and the dimension-straddling hyperrealities of OPN's 'R Plus Seven', constantly toying with our sense of spatial awareness with a mercurial gratification that's at once playful and inherently cerebral. Like we say, the Pop bent is key to its success, offering deceptively simple footholds in the basslines or a longing chord sequence where it all feels like it could topple down and swarm out the headphones/speakers at any given moment.