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Boomkat Product Review:
The archduke of electro-pop, Depeche Mode's Martin Gore, presses a heavy 2nd solo album statement with the all-instrumental 'MG' for Mute. With nearly a lifetime's experience of shaping modern electronic pop to his credit, Gore boldly pushes at new doors of sonic perception with this follow-up to 'Counterfeit²' (2003). Eschewing vocals in favour of purely synthesised instrumental expression, he lets his machines do the talking in a 16 song suite that feels timeless yet remarkably fresh compared with the latter day output of many veteran synthesists. In fact it's probably moot to compare him with the older skool, as the slow slamming techno disciplines of 'Brink', 'Crowly' or 'Spiral' clearly hold up to the modern likes of Prostitutes or Nick Klein, and the crisply visceral modular tones of 'Islet' or the melodic flights of 'Southerly' show Pye Corner Audio or Steve Moore who's their daddy. Put simply, it's miles better than his VCMG album and pretty much a must-have for modern synth heads.