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Boomkat Product Review:
A fine example of elegant, Gallic synth expressions from the Antinote camp, marking up Nico Motte’s debut album after the colourful, pulsating trip of 2014’s Rheologia 12”.
Primed to soundtrack some ‘80s French thriller or a particularly classy bluey, Life Goes On If You Are Lucky gets creamy from the get-go with Tema D’Amore’s velour synth strokes leading into the romantic glide of the title track and his pensively paced electro-disco play, I.C.A.
Tiger For Breakfast drops down a few gears on the flip to take in a misty panorama of floating pads and lilting waltz groove recalling E.M.A.K. or Kraftwerk, before seducing with the library-style boogie schmooze, La Figure De Rey, and sloping off into the night with Isabelle Maitre’s coos in Tacotac redolent of Saâda Bonaire.