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Boomkat Product Review:
The NME described this record as sounding like "Aphex Twin remixing the contents of the seminal C86 album", and sure enough, that's a solid piece of musical signposting. Navigation has taken its creators (real names Adam Cresswell and Alice Hubley) some three years to piece together, and the result is a refreshingly organic, analogue concoction whose liner notes keenly list the recipe: an ARP Quartet, Casiotone 1000P, Korg MS-10 and a selection of Moog devices are all put to good use, with additional sounds coming from one or two more low-tech contraptions (stylophone, clarinet, guitar and library LP samples). The production is predictably warm and rotund sounding, but this is no nerdy love-in - these two make electronic pop music in the classic mold, deriving influence from the likes of New Order and Pet Shop Boys, whilst also often recalling Piano Magic and Rephlex easy listening popsters The Gentle People. Singles 'Autovia' and 'Music For Hair Products' are especially immediate, but there's plenty of vintage synth fun to get stuck into right across the LP.