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Boomkat Product Review:
Members of the Heliocentrics and friends offload an album of skronky, festival-minded rock-jazz-funk; in its opening moments it sounds like it could be a noble synthesis of James Chance’s no wave volatility and Mulatu’s swaying Ethio sound, but it doesn’t take long to realise that it’s more like the Dub Pistols meets Jools’ Hootenanny. The musicianship is hard to fault in plain terms, and the band are probably formidable live if you’re pissed up on pina coladas with The Cuban Brothers, but the sporadic rock riffs and slapped-on electronic zaps and whooshes serve to date the thing (more like 1998 then 2013, truth be told); and the less said about the pub-singalong vocals, the better. But hey, you might love it.