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Boomkat Product Review:
Can anyone have enough Bullion in their life? Nope! The master of pop-not-slop works his patent magic like some holy offspring of Fad Gadget, Kraftwerk and Robert Wyatt on a classy debut for US indie Jagjaguwar
While it may appear from the title that Bullion has changed his mind since 2016’s ‘Heaven Is A Wonderful Place’, his new EP still brims with a classic ‘80s poptimism that’s hard to shake and needed now more than ever.
Between the strolling synth-pop and shrugging lyrics of ‘Heaven Is Over’ to the dusky yacht bop of ’Strike a Light’, thru the blue-eyed soul balm of ‘Thirty Two’, to those subtle Linndrums and full sail arps and guitars in ‘Yawn’, or the fantasy AM dial cruise of ‘Loving Furlong’, Bullion’s crystal-cut songwriting and studio finesse is in full effect here, hopefully heralding a new album on the horizon.