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Boomkat Product Review:
Put your love-heart hands up, wave ya lanyard, Overmono and their debut LP of emosh 2-step electronica is here .
A decade since the duo’s Ed minted ‘Hackney Parrot’ as Tessela, and six years since they stepped out with the ‘Arla’ EP, the siblings spell out a glittering, hair-kissing style of UKG with emphasis on melody and vocalx in a Y2K meets hyper-pop manner. It includes established anthem ‘So U Kno’ next to 11 new cuts bound for rotation on festival stages and summer playlists, tempering the flow between upfront vocal tunes and swaying rave trax buffed-up with inch tight sound design.
Time spent on the road between mega stages has finessed the pair’s craft to a fuzzy gleam, evident from the ear-bug hook of ‘Feelings Plain’ thru the proggy pill-belly triggers of ‘Good Lies’ and its garage trance closer ‘Calling Out’. There’s ‘cella-friendly moments in the lip-smack arp and Two Shell-like vox of ‘Walk Thru Water’ and the puckered hook of ‘Cold Blooded’, and a nice bit of throaty, up-all-night acid meets R&B on ’Sugarushhh’, each refracting the history of the whole UK x US rave dialogue according to the sort of crisp but shabby chic formula that will be studied by music business students and production classes for time to come.