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Boomkat Product Review:
Their third, and most ambitious album so far, Myth Takes sees !!! heightening their aesthetic of electronically-tinged, dancefloor-friendly rock to ecstatic proportions. The band have certainly increased the scale of their productions, with a more spacious, complex approach to production that's made everything sound a whole lot bigger. From the sound of the stuttery funk rock of 'All My Heroes Are Weirdos' you might be inclined to think all those shows the band did with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers on their Stadium Arcadium tour must have rubbed off a bit. Further on, 'A New Name' starts out as Let's Dance-era Bowie with some space echo guitar worthy of a Lee Perry production, only to later turn into fully fledged Rapture-style NYC indie disco. Undoubtedly these tracks would translate magnificently in a live setting, but that's not to say there aren't a few instances of suitably tricksy studio tomfoolery. Check out the cheekily-titled repetitious krautrock excursion, 'Bend Over Beethoven', which goes off like an LCD Soundsystem remix of something from Can's Tago Mago.