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Boomkat Product Review:
After dispensing albums by Berlin’s Shed and Fjaak, Monkeytown pull out a fine 2nd LP from the UK’s Dark Sky, who swerve the vocal heavy styles of their debut, Imagin in favour of demonstrating their melodic virtuosity and detailed production arrangements with Othona.
Placed at the intersection of big room posh trance and more rugged, mongrel British and outernational bass musics, Othona does its thing with surefooted moves; getting down to a hunched hustle from the front, and soon enough teasing in the chromatic lightshows that elevate each cut to festival and big room-ready convenience, from the spiralling heights of Domes thru the broodingly wide and synthswept downstrokes of Cyan and the rolling African drums of Angels to the post-rock/indie-pop temperament of Badd and the curdled peaks of JJJ, and what sounds like classic Border Community styles in The Walker, and a rush of Clark-like feels in Field Tower.