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Boomkat Product Review:
Released on his own Faith & Industry label, 'Nomad Junk' sees Capitol K's Kristian Robinson further exploring the sound last seen on 'Happy Happy'. With a warm, analogue/instrumentation sound that is in some way comparable to Four Tet ('Hong Kong') or Caribou ('Barcelona'), Robinson draws on his formidable heritage to create an album which is able to gradually illicit a multitude of emotions from a deceptively limited aural palate. 'Nomad Junk' opens with the creamy and swirling (Chi-lites sampling) orchestration of 'Jamboree', which on first glance is nothing more than a pretty, 4hero-style concoction. However, delve in further and (when placed in context) it becomes apparent that the superficial breeziness of 'Jamboree' is in fact underscored with a formidable depth; drawn into stark contrast by the queasy electronics of 'Taipei' or the Dick Dales' influenced breaks of 'Pan Continental'. Broadly textured and eminently listenable, 'Nomad Junk' is a proper variegated treat!