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Boomkat Product Review:
Brilliantly loose-limbed, inspirational solo debut album from Kim Gordon after four decades fronting myriad projects, most notably Sonic Youth, but also with numerous collaborators including Tony Conrad, Ikue Mori, Julie Cafritz, Stephen Malkmus and most recently with Bill Nace as one half of Body/Head.
It’s a raw and effortlessly experimental album, from the red-lining subs of opener 'Sketch Artist' to the tripped out lo-fi Gamelan pop of 'Paprika Pony’, the industrial Berghain grind 'Don't Play It’ and NYC drum machine jam 'Cookie Butter’, it’s a properly, endlessly enjoyable electronic punk album held together by Kim’s sharp lyrics and still completely inimitable vocal delivery - you just can’t f#ck with it.
In lesser hands 'No Home Record’ would be a heavy-handed mess, but - really - it’s the most artful and yet somehow least pretentious record you’ll hear this year - nothing less.