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Boomkat Product Review:
'Magnetic Chapters' sounds like early Shackleton but produced by Delia Derbyshire or Raymond Scott. Bass Clef's love of abstract electronics and low-end pressure is fully on show.
Bass Clef has released a heap of music over the years, but "Magnetic Chapters" is his most satisfying release in ages. It feels as if it links plenty of his interests, tying bass music elements (subtle dub, dancehall and jungle notes) into an imaginary landscape of electronics and tape-dubbed beatbox cycles.
It's a bit like Ghost Box making a Lee "Scratch" Perry tribute or Shackleton knocking together a particularly funked ode to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. "Magnetic Chapters" is charmingly British in its own way, and assembled with a veteran's ease and expertise.