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Boomkat Product Review:
Gui Boratto's snappily titled 'III' is, unsurprisingly, his third album, and finds him balancing his sophisticated Trance-Techno formula with a sleek, but grittily EBM/Wave-informed tilt. He starts out purposefully slow and sensually synthy, like John Carpenter for 2011, before the tempo builds with the brooding Big-room tension of 'Stems From Hell'. 'Striker' is where the EBM influence really bleeds through, driving out darkly sexy Bass guitar licks under cold and mechanical drums like Gatekeeper gone Techno, and finding sombre moments on the lonely pop drift of 'Soledad', before arriving at the sleazy, drugged up grind of 'Destination', and checking out to a more positive upswing of trance-tinged grooves with the likes of 'Talking Truss', the floaty sweetness of 'The Third' and the measured pop ambient closer 'This Is Not The End' featuring Luciana Villanova.