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Boomkat Product Review:
Spektrum are the band the Scissor Sisters wish they were; effortlessly bringing together pop melodies, leftfield production and a sense of sleazy unease that makes them nigh on irresistible. Having been knocking around since 2002, some of the material on Spektrum's 'Fun At The Gymkhana Club' could have become a little stale - yet rather than gather dust, the intervening years seem to have injected a steely electronic resolve into the likes of 'May Day' which seems them maturing beyond initial impressions. Kicking off with the aforementioned single, Spektrum deliver a cracking electro rollercoaster that sees Lola Olafisye's toffee-apple vocals dipping effortlessly amongst the fizzing neon shards. Not pausing for breath, Spektrum leg it straight from here into the path of 'Horny Pony'; wherein meandering bass is brought to the brink of collapse before being teased back into life by the shuddering, Eighties aligned digitalis. From here, 'Don't Be Shy' is an acid-addled pop monster, 'Cut Me Off (I Just Start Again)' is Timbaland inspired madness, whilst 'Cedar (the Heat Lodge)' is the sound of the B52s locked in the studio with Mr. Oizo. Equestrian!