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Boomkat Product Review:
On ambidextrous producer Lee Bannon's follow-up LP for Ninja Tune, he swaps junglist intensity for gauzy ambient, IDM and dustbowl tones. Clearly a producer who does not like to sit on his laurels - especially when considering the acclaim surrounding his jungle diversion, 'Alternate/Ending' - his latest switch is also executed with authenticity and originality, teasing out a melancholy miasma of vapourous chords and rustling concrète haptics shot thru with skeletal, fractured traces of techno and jungle rhythm. We'd triangulate this sound somewhere between the weightless zones of Logos and Mumdance, the ambient noise of Helm's 'Olympic Mess', and the stark blues dub of Trevor Lee Larson, with exemplary highlights strewn between the Autechre-sampling steps of 'Inflatable', the gloaming chorales of 'Towels', and a ghostly diffusion of six string guitar chimes and scrapes rustling around electronic embers in 'Kanu'.