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Boomkat Product Review:
Nu-boogie's flyest practitioners display the breadth of their versatility on this well put-together debut album. Childhood pals Andy Harber and Richard Roberts established an enviable rep with a pair of 12"s for Alex Nut's Ho Tep label circa 2010/11 that effortlessly slid between house, '80s boogie and hip hop with incisive, modern production swerve blending Dilla-esque MPC knocks with digitally-misted, Actress-style flex, and the romantic boogie psychedelia of, say, Maxmillion Dunbar, or the filter disco curves of Thomas Bangaltar. Their eponymous long player finds them deadly cool, deft and confident, working a body between French-style filter grooves on 'After Dawn', to the Hall & Oates chop-up 'D&T', right thru to the glacial Balearic maturity of closer 'Say The Sun'. There's a smattering a cool vocal pieces between, with the sticky soul bump of 'Restless' featuring Natasha Kmeto, and the dusted Dilla styles of 'Cold Clam' with Jed & Lucia as particular highlights, but our favourites are the undeniable boogie-house slayer 'Warstones'; the soaring, trick-enhanced disco of 'Space Cuts'; the dreamily jUKed fray of 'Hard Martha'.