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Boomkat Product Review:
With each track on 'Freaks R Us' clocking in between 7.00 and 7.50 minutes precisely, Johannes Heil certainly favours consistency - taking the notion of glossy beats and micro-emissions to a well-trimmed next level on his new LP. Renowned within certain circles for his incendiary ' Paranoid Dancer', Heil certainly knows how to keep multiple plates spinning at once; with the likes of 'Rescue Me' and 'Warrior Of Light' essentially three separate songs a piece, all fused together with a startling proficiency. Whilst Heil may be a little too groomed for some people's tastes, at no point on 'Freaks R Us' does he trip over the coffee table, instead polishing the compositions to a startling lustre without losing their inner charm. Lithe and rubbery, the microhouse master-class of 'Rescue Me' and it's sprawling synth vistas is of particular note, whilst elsewhere 'The Fool' introduces some acid eroded 808, 'Artology' revives the Micronauts more thumping oeuvre, whilst the curtain-call of 'The 1st' ditches the beats for some string festooned grandeur. At times genuinely epic in it's scope, 'Freaks R Us' manages to be eminently listenable without the environs of a sweaty-club to prop it up, and for that alone we salute him. Freak Pie!