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Boomkat Product Review:
*180gm 2LP Reissue with a version of the CD included free inside* This album corresponds to a new film of the same title from Parisian polymath Chilly Gonzales. The movie stars Gonzales himself alongside musical pals Tiga and Peaches, with the two male leads playing chess champions competing for the affections of everyone's favourite electro-punk provocateur. The album is produced in coalition with Boys Noize and finds Gonzales in the kind of danceable pop territory often occupied by Sebastien Tellier. Flirting with both loungey disco escapades and lavishly orchestrated easy listening jaunts, Ivory Tower is seldom less than striking, particularly when there's a well-placed electronic backbone helping things tick over, as heard on the likes of 'Smothered Mate' (imagine Justice trying their hand at chamber music) or the irrefutably great pop of 'You Can Dance'. Recommended.