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Boomkat Product Review:
This is quite a treat from the extremely busy Tzadik label (5 releases in one week… phew!), an album which manages to deftly combine Don Caballero/Battles esque math-rock with flamenco and jazz. I know that probably sounds like a pretty horrifying concept but there’s something that works perfectly about it. I don’t know if it’s the fact that these Japanese musicians have such wide and varying influences that gelling them together doesn’t seem like an alien concept, but the confidence in their productions is beguiling. This is a cd for those who lament the disintegration of the math rock scene as luminaries Slint and Shellac are no longer kicking out vinyl like there’s no tomorrow. Fans of early Tortoise (up until the jazztastic TNT) are sure to get all hot under the collar when listening to Muddy World - great stuff all round and another valuable addition to the expansive New Japan series.