Boomkat Product Review:
Viking lords of the dance Lindstrom and Prins Thomas reconvene for a hotly anticipated follow-up to their debut collaborative album - a record that won them favourable reviews from all quarters. This sequel arrives three years after the duo's first long-player together, and in the interim both artists have kept themselves very busy indeed, with Lindstrom's Where I Go You Go Too proving to be an especially noteworthy addition to the modern day cosmic disco canon. From its opening track, 'Cisco' this album instantly seems to take on a loose, organically-sculpted aesthetic that comes closer to the creative territory of krautrock than run-of-the-mill disco. For 'Rothaus' the duo launch into psychedelic spirals of sound, still just about following a dancefloor template but there's so much more going on here than you could normally expect from an Italo-inspired workout. Less energetic pieces like 'Note I Love You + 100', 'Skal Vi Prove Na?' and the superb 'For Ett Slikk Og Ingenting' turn out to be rather special too, nudging towards tight-knit '70s kosmische jam band sounds. Ace.