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Boomkat Product Review:
The trend for providing live soundtracks to Ye Olde silent films may have slipped back out of favour recently, but thankfully the fruits of its legacy are still producing bumper crops. The latest release to emerge from this flickering monochrome scene is the collaborative venture of Geoff Farina (Karate), Luther Gray and Dan Littleton (IDA, Tare Jane O'Neil), entitled 'New Salt'. A cross between the sonic excursions of Fridge, Steve Reid and Mogwai, the trio have distilled the elegant structures of pre-blockbuster celluloid fare (Samuel Beckett's 'Film', 'Un Chat D'amour' and 'Emak Bakia') and allowed it the space and time to unfurl with doctrinal intent. Opening with 'Harmonia', the trio incrementally layer hypnotic elements onto a fantastically low-slung electric guitar part, whilst elsewhere the likes of 'Song for Che' (feedback tickled post-jazz-rock) and the border-line Basinski of 'Pouring Water on Stone' are thrilling examples of a group in perfect harmony. All this and it doesn't count against your daily sodium intake.