Boomkat Product Review:
Everyone's favourite purveyor of bleary-eyed rave make-believe, back with a dizzyingly psychedelic new album, Galaxy Garden. 'New Colour' is proper LSD-fried Sega tropicalia, the sound of being trapped inside an enchanted 16-bit play zone with only Sonic The Hedgehog and a copy of James Ferraro's Farside Virtual to guide you, proper bonkers mate, but from there on in Matt Cutler shows real depth and nuance to his productions: 'The Animal Pattern'' sounds like Wax Stag (remember him?) rewired for the club, all polygon synths, squelchy bass and laser-zaps kept tight and in line by woody, brukked-out percussion, and Machinedrum contributes his unique brand of post-footwork drum choppage to 'As A Child'. Needless to say, though, sh*t really comes to life when Cutler gets on one, as on 'Crystal Caverns 1991', an inspired marriage of Carribean carnival beats and Outlander vamps, or the galloping, breakbeat-spiced 'Cthulhu'. Mind-bendingly good stuff.
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