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Boomkat Product Review:
Steve Moore (Zombi) and Daniel O'Sullivan (Ulver, Guapo) achieve heady synth-prog heights with their debut Miracle album. It's the strongest indictment yet of their twin passions for epic dance music and tortuous, noirish pop arrangement, coming off like Depeche Mode or John Foxx soundtracking a giallo set in a zombie-infested discotheque. O'Sullivan's vocals are stellar, a dramatic multi-track constellation of voices set against gorgeous, hyperreal instrumentals synthesising Italo disco, '80s FM electro and widescreen cinematic atmospheres in nine parts. At the top 'Good Love' strikes deep with slow, staggered arpeggios and surging strings, and 'Something Is Wrong' is picture perfect electro-disco pop. 'Automatic And Visible' adds a sort of electro-soul lushness to the equation and the pensive arpeggios of 'Neverending Arc' teases with Carpenter-esque subterfuge. Their brooding title cut, 'Mercury' is destined to be an album favourite, and 'Organon' brings the set to a sublime climax with some of Steve Moore's most beautiful, star-gazing synth work.