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Boomkat Product Review:
Brace yourself! Like a breakcore one-man band lost on the Tokyo subway after a particularly heavy night, Romvelope is a dirty great big collision of your entire record collection filtered through a slew of guest vocalists and 8-Bit jiggery pokery. Formerly known to the beat hungry public as Kema Keur, Romvelope is the new recording persona of Bjorn Hatleskog, co-founder of the ADAADAT label on which 'One Course Meal' is released, and states his influences as ranging from Mouse on Mars and The Soft Pink Truth through to Felix Kubin and Donna Summer. Slicing and dicing his way through the past 50 years of popular culture, Romvelope piles heaps of colostomy inducing beats atop manic samples and licentious vocals to achieve a full out assault on your senses. Opening with the digital pyrotechnic display of 'Finger of Blame', Hateleskog ropes in MC Kanbojia on vocals to give a truly spannered performance that is then glued together with Tetris beats and a shed-load of broken biscuit rhythms. Elsewhere 'Dental Triangle' teams up with Libby Floyd for a rubber-coated electro romp, 'Rice Fever' featuring Eraser 99 is best described as a pan-UK/Japanese 21st Century update of Talking Heads whilst 'Intensive Squares' takes the 'haunted Space Invaders' sound to a mental conclusion. 'Ave it!