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Boomkat Product Review:
One of 2020’s few saving graces, CS + Kreme hypnotically expand upon the styles of their AOTY ’Snoopy’ in two durational beauties for TTT
Conrad Standish’s serpentine bass work and Sam Karmel’s slanted electronics lay the foundations for two sumptuous works involving vital input from Judith Hamann (Cello) and Dan Luscombe (Lap Steel Guitar), book-ending a year in which their debut album ’Snoopy’ became a sort of downbeat life-raft for many listeners.
‘April Fools’ Day’ is a steeply hypnotic 16 minute piece where CS’ coiled bass guitar and Kreme’s reticulated 808 synch with swirling cello and lap steel strings into a psychedelic Raga, surely invoking comparisons with Coil via Terry Riley to our minds, and most beautifully primed to extend the rare pleasures of their album. ‘Bugged’ follows with a dustier trip into deep psyche-soul country, saddling up 11mins of strolling bass stoked with alien fireside vocals and lolling early ‘90s chill-out room vibes in abundance.