Boomkat Product Review:
More alluring outsider songwriting from the jaw-droppingly bizarre Dennis Greenidge. On this new EP, lead track 'Kite Fly High' (one of Cosmic Den's many a cappella compositions) has a whiff of Boney M about it, and it's probably crying out for someone with a copy of Ableton and too much free time on their hands to craft a full production behind - consider that your task for the weekend. After the Martian rant 'Angry Red Planet' comes the mighty 'Batman Fox', performed against a backdrop of what seems to be Boards Of Canada - which is unconventional enough in itself, but once paired with the lyrics you'll find yourself entirely lost within the labyrinthine nonsense of Dennis' music. He establishes his protagonist with lines like: "Batman Fox wins the day/Batman Fox is against the law". Then there's a bit of wordplay: "He foxed you all". Sorry, who did? "Batman Fox". Ah. Finally, 'It The Beast' is a one-man rendering of Frankenstein that might just be the most deranged and perplexing thing you will ever hear.