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Boomkat Product Review:
A wonderful electronic obscurity from early ‘90s Italy lands on vinyl for the first time, sounding like a devilish prototype of Foodman or Max D exploits from 25 years later...
Call it MIDI-jazz, 16-bit boogie, or cubist soul, whatever, Clarence Setí’s sound is like interstellar lounge music imagined by a plugged-in new age dreamer. It’s alive with hyper-colourful melodies and unconventional rhythms, like a band of well oiled robots in turtle necks and berets jamming in the background of a Luc Besson flick, or scoring an Anime about romance between a humanoid and extra terrestrial.
Bonkers and charming in equal measures.