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Boomkat Product Review:
Further Ellipses and No Man's Land are the third and fourth albums (respectively) by experimental Mancunion post-punk band Spherical Objects, a band that gravitated around Steve Solamar (who partnered Steve Miro as part of The Noyes Brothers. Further Ellipses sees something of a departure from Solamar's previously far rougher, DIY sound, and incorporates brash, honking sax (getting a bit Cagney & Lacey on opening cut 'Regular Condition') and melodically-charged synth and guitar lines, which convene with especially favourable results on shorter, more aggressive cuts like 'Buy It', whose coarseness is an antidote to the slightly too smooth for its own good 'The Final Part'. No Man's Land abandons much of the more electronic, jazzier touches in favour of a more rock-centric impetus, something brilliantly underlined by 'Wipe' which shamelessly half-inches its chorus from Alice Cooper's 'No More Mr. Nice Guy'.