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Boomkat Product Review:
Following a solid EP at the tail-end of last year, Crewdson returns to Slowfoot for his debut full length - an organic, multi-facted take on bass music and micro production that sounds somewhere between Radiq and the squashed funk of classic Matthew Herbert. There's a mellow jazz-coloured heart to these productions, skewed by an asymmetric production style that harks back to the kind of post-everything sounds that were so prevalent at the start of this century - but with added bass weight. On 'Mime' you're even reminded of mid-period Pole, with the glitch quotient ramped up for a nice line in micro-production that's executed flawlessly. Comparisons will no doubt be made to James Blake - let's face it, any kind of electronic music with a treated vocal does these days - but for our money these sounds fit in much closer next to those much overlooked twelves on the Hand On The Plow Label - and for our money that's no bad thing. Check.