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Boomkat Product Review:
Cracking four-track EP of Bangaltar-style filter-house and late night boogie burners. Last we heard from Wolverhampton duo Letherette was on a pair of brilliant 12"s for Alex Nut's Ho Tep label. They've slunk back into the shadows since then, only to hone their sound to a much plusher, romantically developed and 'floor-winning style on 'Featurette' for Ninja Tune, carving up the adroit disco-house edit of 'Warstones' and its robotic, Daft Punk-like guitar chops, plus the shoulder-controllin' pivots and mountain high, valley low filters of 'Ettewards' for the movers. But they're also dab hands at the sensual thing, too. 'Surface' leans back on a very tidy slowfast tilt with faded chords and subtle electronics keeping a sublime tension, while 'Wecko' dusts down bluer pads, finger-poppin' percussion and weighty subs to grease your slyde. Surely one of the best things on Ninja Tune this year?