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Boomkat Product Review:
Beautiful Swimmer and Future Times boss Maximillion Dunbar drops an LP of silky house and utopian boogie on RVNG Intl.There's a strong and unapologetic new age feel to things, most obviously on 'Peeling An Orange In One Piece' with its liquid crystal arpeggios and Peter Gabriel-patented tropical woodwind corralled by a crooked 4/4 rhythm, and the straight-up synth-drift piece 'For Mozy'. 'Loving The Drift' is a highlight, coming over like a hybrid of Cousin Cockroach and David Casper; 'Slave To The Vibe' and the brilliant 'Ice Room Graffiti' exploit the grey area between Theo's wonked beat experiments and the Burrell brothers' low-slung Nu Groove sound; and 'The Figurine (Nod Mix)' is a barely disguised homage to the deep, opalescent house of Newworldaquarium. 'Inca Tags' drops the tempo and targets the low-riders, hip-hop gone hypnagogic, and 'Loving The Drift' - probably the best track on here - is the last word in New Age Outlaw melancholia. Oh, and of course the title track has been a fixture in clubs of late, its dewy string-pads and nicely off-centered rhythm hitting the L.I.E.S. and Juju & Jordash fans right where it hurts. Beautifully crafted, comprehensively funked and very, very trippy.