Boomkat Product Review:
Releasing a remix-packed single based upon the title track from his forthcoming debut album, laptop pop boffin Mr Fogg makes a return. 'Moving Parts' is an electronic ballad in the tradition of all the finest Morr Music acts, spinning through intricate, clicky beats, warm, glockenspiel-laced melodies and fastidiously constructed production. You get the sense that if he keeps this sort of form up, Mr Fogg might just be the first exponent of this sort of sound to crossover to an audience beyond the usual electronica crowd. The remixes rattle through an assortment of stylistic variations on the original's taut, tuneful format: Jakwob dips into springy, dubstep-style rhythms for his contribution, while the Rudi Zygadio Zoo remix gets eccentric with zinging synths and flouncy piano solos before Karoshi Bros set their sights on dancefloors with a spot of electro-house. The last two remixes are less easily categorisable, but the Rennie Pilgrem overhaul proves especially notable thanks to its admirable service to the flow of the original song.