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Boomkat Product Review:
Best known as the vocalist for Liaisons Dangereuses with Einsturzende Neubauten's Beate Bartel and DAF's Christo Haas, Krishna Goineau's "lost" analog synth cut-ups are collected on "I Need A Slow".
Sri Lanka-born Krishna Goineau is best known as a vocalist, but spent 2007 and 2008 at home with an arsenal of analog synthesizers, working on tracks that would be shelved until now. His voice is still a prominent feature on many of these tracks, but Goineau's productions are what sets this material apart from anything else we've heard from the Bureau B stable - there's a loose blueprint of industrial synth pop, but Goineau drives his sounds into truly abstract locales.
'Nadar' is a good example: the rhythms fragmented and choppy, vibrating against a whirring acid bassline and synths that sound almost inadvertently referential to Anatolian pop music. 'Poison Machine' continues the thought, adding robotic vocodered vocals and sickly synth pads, while 'Fritz À Paris' almost takes on the form of a low-light club thumper, disrupted by cut-n-paste vocal chops and surreal synths. Completely out there.