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Boomkat Product Review:
D_rradio's series of three vinyl 7"s on Distraction Records gets well under way as #2 beams in from afar in the form of 'Dear John’ / ’Pick Me Up'. Having honed their euphoric, dreamlike comfort-music to charming affect on ‘Born’ / ‘Come To Light’ earlier this year, this outing sees d_rradio stretching even further into new realms. 'Dear John's haunting opening, with its fuzzy squeaks and bluesy squelches, gradually rolls and twists its way into a dark and crunchy electro-funk monster, tumbling metallically through space on pure adrenaline. Not what most people think of when they imagine d_rradio, it's true. 'Pick Me Up' is another lively offering with its breathy, hallucinogenic shimmers and stuttering razorblade beats. The subtle guitar lines of the band’s previous work are also here, though this time they are more free; mingling with re-worked synths and statically charged electronics, giving the whole record a swirling, woozy dancefloor effect.