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Boomkat Product Review:
According to the promotional blurb, Lawrence Gill was thrown out of school aged 13 only to become an advanced exponent of ninjutsu. Needless to say I won't be speaking ill of the bad lad-turned-multi-instrumentalist. Given Gill's jazzy background combined with his tendencies towards making a bit of a din with electronic beats, Squarepusher instantly feels like the first port of comparison, and while that wouldn't by any means be an unfounded link to make, there's something a bit more lo-fi, shambolic and cobbled together about Automated Acoustics, plus he sings in a kind of blues-inflected fashion, making for a fairly unusual meeting of musical styles. Despite sounding like he's plundered several gigabytes of samples for this rather frenetic release, Gill has in fact used only recordings of his own instrumental performances for the purpose of this album, making the wonky strings, brushed drum kits and warbling electronic bass o 'Bring Your Magic' all the more impressive.