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Boomkat Product Review:
**Contains 1 bonus track ('Sounds Sane') not available on the vinyl edition** Bryant Rutledge and Antaeus Roy (aka Lando Kal) make their mark on Modeselektor’s Monkeytown imprint here on ‘Memory’, another flickering journey into 4am electro and tempered footwork. It shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that fellow Berlin scenesters Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum pop up for a couple of guest spots, given that Roy now is also a permanent fixture around those parts. It’s Edgar’s contribution that seems most fitting too, as he adds his sticky signatures to ‘Let’s Work’ – a razor-sharp re-imagining of Otherpeopleplace’s sleazy electronic funk. The Drexiyan nods carry on through beatless synth exercise ‘Out The Door’ and pacey album highlight ‘Missed a Spot’, but Rutledge and Roy manage far more than simple pastiche. By injecting their retro fetishism with a fresh modernity they have chanced upon an album of rare coherence and one that’s sure to have Planet Mu or Swamp 81 followers in a spin.