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Boomkat Product Review:
The much talked about solo album from Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox, Atlas Sound's "Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel" is an electronically-geared songwriter album done right. All baggage has been checked and you're left with fourteen slices of fluently assembled electronics and dream-pop melodies. 'A Ghost Story' ushers in the album with a potent mixture of Panda bear-like soundscaping with an archive recording of a small child recounting a spooky tale. This kind of more abstract composition reappears throughout the album, holding together 'On Guard', 'Winter Vacation' and the vast, swooping title track, all in a vein similar to Kompakt's Pop Ambient series. The dominant force here though is Cox's knack for penning rewired indie rock, as typified by the immense 'Quarantined' and 'River Card' - it's almost enough to overshadow his Deerhunter day job.