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Boomkat Product Review:
Debut album of deeper dwelling disco dub for Jamie Paton & Nigel of Bermondsey on Prins Thomas' Internasjonal imprint. They arrive at this point after a succession of prized underground disco cuts for Dissident and DFA's Death From Abroad labels, which should give you some inkling to the corner of the floor they occupy. 'Migration' features tracks from some of their early singles, prominently the cinematic Balearic drift of opener 'Giorgio Carpenter', and reworked versions of 'Television Train (Platform II)', the cosmic winker 'Friday the 14th Part IV' and the chuggy 'Beat N Other Path', beside eight brand new cuts. Best among these is the supple Boogie flex of 'The Smackdown', the brittle Industrial wave vibes of 'Dead Dancers' and the faded funk of 'Colourless Plastic', making for a ripe listen for fans of Todd Terje, Lindstøm et al.