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Boomkat Product Review:
Jeff McIlwain celebrates two decades on Ghostly with his ninth Lusine full-length, a well-crafted album of electronic pop that features contributions from Asy Saavedra, Sarah Jaffe, Vilja Larjosto and Benoît Pioulard.
McIlwain's been at it so long that he's been able to witness a fresh generation of beatmakers run away with ideas he's refined for decades. Loraine James paid her respects to the Seattle-based producer on her latest LP 'Gentle Confrontation', and McIlwain responds with his most polished suite of light-headed IDM-flecked pop in years.
Texan singer-songwriter Sarah Jaffe sings sunny phrases over McIlwain's brushed aluminum beats on lead single 'Zero to Sixty', stuttering and breathlessly emoting in the spaces between the beats. 'Dreaming' is even more endearing, led by a sugar-sweet vocal from Chaos Chaos's Asy Saavedra, and Benoît Pioulard's voice is shredded into stutters on the title track, buzzing over a glossy downtempo pulse. One to investigate if you're into Caribou or Four Tet.