This item is to the best of our knowledge available to us from the supplier and should ship to you within the time-frame indicated. If there are any unforeseen issues with availability we will notify you immediately
Boomkat Product Review:
The best producer in the world to be named after a food dye, Quinoline Yellow - James Williams to his mam - re-enters the fray with a solid new EP on Touchin’ Bass. Last time we heard from him was in the mid-2000s when he had a steady stream of releases coming out on Skam and his own Uchelfa imprint; this new material is hardly a huge leap on creative, but as Manc-flavoured IDM goes, it’s very respectable. The winsome, comedown-friendly melodies and balmy synth-pads that drive most of the tracks here will appeal to fans of BoC/Vibert/Jenkins at their most soppy, but things get more interesting when Williams adopts a tougher tack: T6 AX’s is a flexing, streamlined electro nocturne echoing abel boss Andrea Parker’s best, and 'Recital of Dolwen Fields' is impish, isolationist d’n’b inna Analord or Springheel Jack style.