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Boomkat Product Review:
Kranky manage to sieve through the muck and pluck out another breathtaking album, the debut from Autistic Daughters - a collaboration between Dean Roberts, Werner Dafeldecker and Martin Brandlmayr (Radian). Those of you out there (and there are many) who revere Talk Talk’s ascent into heavenly climes with their “Laughing Stock” and “Spirit of Eden” albums will immediately find themselves seduced by this project’s wondrous effervescence. Except whereas Talk Talk emerged from a pop-focused universe into more subdued, experimental surroundings, “Autistic Daughters” has as its protagonists three masters of minimalism and experimentation slowly discovering how to function as a band. “Jealousy and Diamond” is profoundly rich in texture and atmosphere – a delicate Jazz hover permeates the pores of each and every track, while Dean Roberts’ guitar grounds the music in an other-worldly folk amalgamation that shimmers with its extreme, hushed beauty. Breathtaking music.