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Boomkat Product Review:
You may recall wacky electronica songwriter John Callaghan from his single releases on Warp Records. 'I'm Not Comfortable Inside My Mind' and 'You've Got Your Memories, I've Got My Dreams', the video to the former having appeared on the WarpVision DVD a couple of years back. It Might Never Happen is Callaghan's debut album and comes across as a kind of outsider opus, almost as if Callaghan were a Robert Wyatt/Syd Barrett/Daniel Johnston style super-talent but with a laptop rather than more conventional instrumentation. Almost. Sadly the wackiness tends to outweigh the album's merits, but sometimes it sort of works: the music hall 'tronica of 'How On Earth Did You Get In That Dress?' is probably the most absurd thing here, but it's also the most memorable. Very odd indeed.