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Boomkat Product Review:
Following on from the great Living Bridge compilation released a couple of weeks back, this album arrives from the unlikely, transcontinental duo of Berlin resident Nadja Korinth (a BBC news correspondent) and New Yorker Ryan Schaefer, who perhaps true to the form of a duo separated by an ocean can't seem to nail down any single sound and stick to it. This makes for a strange, but often excellent album, sung in three different languages (English, German and French) and taking on a variety of different outsider musical genres, from the ice cool Euro-pop of 'Monte Alban' (imagine Glass Candy re-recording Goldfrapp's first album, if you will), to the scuzzy boogie woogie of 'Leather Daddies' or 'End Of Term's weird Women & Children-like post-folk. A strange, erratic collection of songs that readily hops from one idea to the next, It's Midnight In Honolulu is a beguiling thirty minutes, and serves as an excellent first artist album for the fledgling Rare Book Room imprint.