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Boomkat Product Review:
A star of multiple Music From Memory comps and reissues, Michael Turtle turns out his first new material in decades with the hypnotic charms of ‘Middle of the Road Less Travelled’ for Light Of Other Days
Penned in cooperation with LOOD’s HOVE, who was blown away by Turtle’s Are You Psychic? 12”, Middle of the Road Less Travelled emerged after the pair realised they only lived miles away from each other in Basel and Zurich, and a collaboration seemed like the natural thing to do.
The results of their efforts are as seductive as anything on Turtle’s MFM sides, but with the added light of HOVE shimmering across each cut; from the taut but fluidly rolling percussion and FM synths of Greatness in the Catapult that swaggers and sways across the A-side, to more tender, percolated ambient pads, chiming gamelan, and breezy country influences on Horses and Hippos, and finally the mellow canter of Agallo (Real), featuring perfectly enunciated vocals by Lucian Lassalle.