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Boomkat Product Review:
Featuring the likes of Mils, Mum, Prefuse 73, Alias, Sole, M83 and loads more! With the spectre of 30 looming in the near distance, Gooom Records have decided to throw a big party for their 29th release, invite a load of mates round then crack open the Stella and sing the night away... Starting with artists from their own books, Gooom then drafted in an idiosyncratic list of collaborators for them to get creative with and 'Gooom Tracks Vol. 2' is the gleaming offspring of these unions. As if to throw you after the Neu! style cover art, opening track 'Buick to the Moon: Acoustic Duet Version' by Cyann & Ben is creaky acoustic folk in the mould of Adem, given a Black Box Recorder back spin on this exclusive version. Very much unrepresentative of the rest of the compilation Cyann & Ben then give way to the EFX heavy guitar rock of the Purple Confusion and Bartuf collaboration 'Wounded Knee Creek' which, with its gleaming exterior, sounds not unlike recent releases by The Midway Project. The first hip-hop excursion kicks down the door on Atoms Family feat. Advizer & Vast Aire's 'High On Life (Break the Mold)' wherein rhythms akin to continental drift force their way through Herron style splintered beats and IDM backwash. The mood is again flipped with the sappy hearted 'S.P.E.C.T.R.E.2' from KG and Computer Pink, as a full house of flouncy electronica is concocted with considerable panache. Elsewhere, Steve & Rob serve up a steaming hunk of time-bomb electonica on the hip-hop smash and grab of 'How I Learned to Hate Myself' replete with Sole's polemical vocals, the M83 and Mum hook up 'Violet Tree' is a masterclass in jagged organic IDM whilst the closing track matches Dorine Muraille to Prefuse 73 with predictably casustic results. Good stuff.