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Boomkat Product Review:
San Fran's Dave Aju steers Circus Company on one of their freshest rides since the Nicolas Jaar album with his sophomore LP. There's a distinctly rich and expressive musical consistency to 'Heirlooms' largely thanks to his use of vintage recordings and instruments inherited from his late father. It's still sophisticated party music, but it's also one of those "dancefloor" albums that's just as comfortable on headphones and sunk into the couch, wending its way through ten subtly morphing and spaced-out productions poised with a cool funk and tingling sense of psychedelia. He's joined by fellow Circus freaks Jaw of dOP on the boogie disco burner 'Caller #7' and Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts lend shuffling drums to the slack bounce of 'Ms. Reposado', and the Sol Percussion Ensemble bump 'Brown & Blue' with an authentic Brazilian fruitiness, but the best moments have to be the tripped-out Deep House driver 'Away Away' or the slow jammin' 'Until Then'.