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Boomkat Product Review:
We'll be damned if this isn't the most enlightened, radical soul album you'll hear in 2014. The LA-based resident of Dublab and Leaving Records CEO broadsides all expectations with a densely crafted psy-pop experience that's taken us for six. It's as if he smelted the purest bits of hip hop, psych-folk, dub and electronica in order to cloud seed the fug of former releases and reveal his dazzling chromatic structures in all their gyroscopic glory. Patched with the expert warp and weft of a maestro DJ/producer and blessed by his most soulful sung/rapped/crooned vocals, it breaks down to ten kaleidoscopic visions of inspirational possibility, seducing us to opener 'In My World' with dubble-timed rap/croon against swarming boogie backdrop, and bringing the brilliant D/PI into shot for the head-sweltering R&B compression of 'The Mood Is Right', whilst 'House Of Horus' refracts raw P-Funk in a DMT-bong boogie matrix and he flits thru the new age R&B bliss of 'Next To You Always' with exquisite dexterity. With the latinate guitar gilding of 'Artforms' and the Ethio-jazz inflections of 'Singing Flats' he offers a melancholic, exotic highpoint, giving way to febrile electronic funk in 'West Coast Jungle Juke' and a breathtakingly lush closer, 'Birds In Flight' featuring the Light of Love Children's Orchestra. Imagine the results of an organic algorithm that could synthesise and model the essence of Arthur Russell, Bootsy Collins, Madlib and Alice Coltrane in 4D, and you're close to the sound of this incredible record.