Boomkat Product Review:
Beats In Space smoke-burp the penultimate instalment of Palmbomen II’s gauzy Memories of Cindy series, intended to slot into a 4 x LP box set which, by all means, looks a bit hard to get hold of.
Pt. 3 dishes up some of the creamiest, hypnagogic 303 work and acid-faded synth-pop that you’re likely to hear since 1991’s debut lush-out for Opal Tapes, gently taking us by the hand from the simmering new age serenity of Ultimate Lovestory Fantasy to a pocket of John Hughes-movie romance in Wilco’s Funeral, touching on tattered tribal patterns and choral coos for the disco in Teleac, and coughing up something verily tasty for the DJs and dancers who like the jack sprung and psychedelic in Disappointment Island.
File in your xanny boogie section.