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Boomkat Product Review:
**Lossless format for this release is 24 bit / 44.1kHz** After leaving us hanging in 2013 with a delectable 7", Sally Dige commits her debut album of neon noir synth-pop to Night School Records. With the exception of that single's ice cold, 'Losing You', it's all new material, nocturnally skooled in classic 4AD and '80s FM pop, a perfectly manicured balance of cracking drum machine punctuation and swooning synth/vocals expressing a dark, luxuriant sensuality painted in a brooding, new romantic relief. With 'Hard To Please' she nods to the latin freestyle inflections of Madonna, whereas 'Immaculate Deception' is more like Kate Bush gone EBM and 'So Far Away' captures the bittersweet effect of Pink Industry and 'Doppelganger' tempers Hi-NRG Italo camp with a coolly detached poise. Finally, the run from 'Your Girl' and 'A Certain Beauty' to the Hannett-esque synth gilding of 'Dance of Delusion' are gorgeous tributes to the templates of Cocteau Twins, The Cure and New Order, delivered with achingly authentic production and that fine twist shared with New York legend, Alice Cohen. Recommended!