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Boomkat Product Review:
LJ Kruzer returns to these pages after a considered absence since his debut album 'This Is How I Write' in 2005. While that album encompassed a range of styles and influences, his latest work focusses on ambience and drone based electronica with common themes revolving around his long favoured piano and synthesizer. The succinct 'Bamab' opens with a sweep of religiose motifs comparable to the Caretaker, before 'Ter4' swells with a mixture of Vangelis tinged synthesizers and Deaf Center style grandeur. 'Frum' adds gentle percussion, holding time rather than setting out a dance rhythm, while 'AAABBB' features a sweetly resonant solo piano composition with fluttering electronic rhythms. The attention to background detailing on 'Tam' is impressive' approaching Mika Vainio styled areas of ultra subtle atmospheric disturbance, while 'Wa' moves further into this territory with throbbing pulses and sub-bass anchoring ethereal keys. 'Tram' is the first appearance of a steadily danceable rhythm, but whether you'd really want to break your reclined state to bust a move is another matter. Lovely.