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Boomkat Product Review:
Brooklyn duo High Places have a sound that's all their own, and although you could probably make legitimate comparisons to a whole heap of contemporary US indie experimenters, no one else is quite like them. You'll hear shades of Animal Collective's experimental pop, elements of Growing or Black Dice's mangled digital exotica and a decent helping of no wave-influenced primordial beat craft. Keeping this surreal electronic collage firmly anchored in pop music is the sweetened vocal delivery of Mary Pearson, who guides these scrambled narratives to shore on abstract jaunts like the sublime 'From Stardust To Sentience', or the obliterated calypso of 'Vision's The First'. One of the very best things about the album is its intimate, very loose sounding composition: it's vehemently organic and freeform without having to rely on homely lo-fi aesthetics or any other indie 'tronica clichés to evoke that all-too elusive spark of humanity. Highly recommended.