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Boomkat Product Review:
Richard Youngs goes disco along with Luke Fowler, Michael Francis Duch and Paul Thomson in their freshly juiced AMOR quartet, recorded mostly a Glasgow’s Green Door Studios and mixed by Golden Teacher/The Modern Institute’s Richard McMaster. The results are as close as you’ll hear to a modern day Arthur Russell, had he just been found living on a croft in Scotland and somehow coaxed back into the studio.
On the A-side Youngs and team hitch up a lithe, 14 minute jam entitled Paradise and revolving Youngs’ distinctive voice on a creamy double bass line and skittish but driving 4/4 disco pulse anchored by Franz Ferdinand drummer Paul Thompson and Michael Francis Duch’s loose, pendulous, rolling bass twang. For the B-side they go in for another durational dose of disco hypnosis and deviation, emerging from a quiet fuss of raga-esque riffs and pattering drums to lock heads down on a Can-style kraut-disco stomp which spirals up, along and out of the groove with a sweetly tempered sense of dancefloor ecstasy.