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Boomkat Product Review:
'Eye Of The Microphone' is an enveloping document of Swedish sound and recording artist BJNilsen's dérives around London whilst on a one-year Artist in Residency at UCL Urban Lab. In accordance with Situationist convention he strolled around without any particular plans and collected the sounds he encountered, resulting in these three extended, abstract portraits of the city capturing its quintessence day and night, in all manner of locations ranging from the rural to the guts of the inner city. BJ has an acute sensitivity to intriguing texture and timbre, and when those sources are factored with his canny studio processes we're privy to a beautifully surreal trip encompassing the sounds of Victoria station, the banks of the Thames and the Kingsland Basin redevelopment site as you've maybe heard them before, but never quite like this magical swirl of ambient passages segued with the smudged peal of church bells, the cracking gears of buses and birds singing overhead.