Boomkat Product Review:
Kettel's Reimer Eising makes a return to front line electronics with this first part of the Myam James series of releases. Eising concocts a fun, quite old fashioned approach to the kind of sounds that might have cropped up on Warp during 1994 (approx.), but showing that strong disposition towards melodic content that's characterised so much of his work. The album comes with a couple of remixes tacked on the end too: the first is a great, soundscaping Phoenecia piece, while the other enters more of a new agey terrain via Secede's rampaging synth patterns.