Boomkat Product Review:
'Big Top' sets the agenda with its gorgeously cathartic asian influence, a totally malladjusted assembly of instruments, keys and found sounds making for a lunatic circus soundtrack from an undisclosed era, somewhere in futurepast. 'Crumble', meanwhile, utilises an african edge for a tribal rhythm that wrong-foots itself and develops into a crunchy, understated electronic sizzle, round the campfire stylee. The title track is much faster, an almost electroid buzz dictating tempo and turf, while the usual array of gadgets and tweeks line themselves up for inclusion. 'Ticataca' is the most instantly devastating track on board, a mangle of taps and twists swimming with a fluid groove, a classic Skam crunch setting off with plenty of surprises up its sleeve...especially when a chorus of detuned pan-pipes turns proceedings decidedly asymetric and Black Dog-like. Killer. In all, totally individual, undeniably unique and seriously good listening, indoors or out. Recommended.