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Boomkat Product Review:
You’ve got to hand it to Gyratory System – their flighty, playful electronica is nothing if not unique. This, their second album, painstakingly assembled by producer/trumpeter Andrew Blick, feels in the main like a willfully cartoonish take on the steam-powered industrial cut-ups and avant-electro-funk of Cabaret Voltaire and Test Dept, but there are all kinds of unlikely and beguiling tangents to behold: opener ‘Lost On The King’s Road’ recalls Coil’s forays into rave and the title track is like the collaboration between Wax Stag and Black Dice that you never knew you wanted. Embedded with references to William Blake, 19th century socialist communes and more contemporary political unrest, there’s plenty to get your teeth into, and some of the less self-consciously potty material – ‘I Must Create A System’, ‘Hotel Curious’ – is just divine. It’s rare that albums this erratic and experimental are also such fun.