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Boomkat Product Review:
Geiom and Shortstuff make their Planet Mu debut with two hyper-syncopated Funky mutations in the increasingly defined Notts style. Next to Brackles, Martin Kemp and Spam Chop, there's an itchy post-garage influenced and synth-heavy sound emerging from this quarter, aligning themselves alongside London's dominant sound by tempo and flex, but entirely on their own level of electronica styled synthlines. 'No Hand Signals' is the bouncier of the two, crossing lanes between UKF and frictional garage kink with cheeky computer game samples and restless melodies. 'Wardenclyffe' on the flip sets a heavier rollers groove, again permeated by crazy 8-bit samples but with a progressive arrangement perhaps owing to Geiom's experience. Its a slick release and a must-have for any fans of the Blunted Robots sound or Ikonika and Oneman's recent DJ sets. Ace.