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Boomkat Product Review:
Benjamin Damage wears his techno influences proudly with a debut album straddling classic '90s sounds and a 2013 production palette. From the outset he evokes comparisons with Luke Slater's 7th Plain or AFX's ambient works with 'Laika', and classic Surgeon moments in the swingeing shuffle of '010X', before really going heads-down with the bleeping, Clarke-like rollick of 'Delirium Tremens'. 'Extrusion' is more modern, carving up a decidedly 2013 sorta syncopation, before getting all misty-eyed for an era he was too young too live thru with the lovely 'Together'. There are more forward thinking parts at the album's apex, found in the crooked arpeggios of 'Spirals' and in the dusted post-dubstep bounce of 'End Days', but ultimately he's more concerned with timeless vibes, as on the Convextion esque atmosphere and rounded UK-techno push of 'Light Year' and the sublime celestial sign off, 'Heliopause'. Sterling work.