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Boomkat Product Review:
Touted as a companion EP to Clark’s last full length ‘Iradelphic’, ‘Fantasm Planes’ feels like a way for the producer to exorcise some of his more out-there experiments and get away with it. More downtempo than you might expect, the vibe throughout is one that feels indebted to labelmate Flying Lotus and his Brainfeeder contemporaries, although unsurprisingly Clark injects his variations with the sort of trickery and Radiophonic haze he’s made his calling card. The record really comes into its own mid-way through as the beats dissolve almost to nothing leaving just fractured synthesizers and pinging spring reverb. Ending on ‘Dove in Flames’ this might be the most gorgeous track Clark has released to date, and while it only clocks in at just over two minutes it has the power to melt even the stoniest of hearts. Well good.