Boomkat Product Review:
Derived from the French verb 'bricoler' meaning to fiddle or tinker, bricolage refers to the building of something through trial and error; a lexical reference no doubt to the gestation of the musical troubadours who have skanked this proper noun as their own. Very much indebted to the pop stylings of the Scars and Jane Aire & the Belvederes, Bricolage's chunk of white vinyl comes out with all guns blazing (if the ammo was chiming guitars obviously) on the Teenage Fanclub-esque 'Footsteps', whilst on the back 'Flowers of Deceit' herks and jerks like an updated version of the Fire Engines. In other words, it sounds like Franz Ferdinand... Which will do.