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Boomkat Product Review:
Having listened intently to the mixed success that was Alias & Tarsier's debut full length 'Brookland/Oaklyn' I was very intrigued to see how the pair had managed to push their sound forward on this EP. There are three new tracks on offer and a large handful or remixes - the new tracks take the duo's sound further into the realms of syrupy electronic pop, the last album hinted at this but here we're placed right in the middle. Lead track 'Plane that Draws a White Line' is about as twee as I can take, coming across like Bjork without the subtlety or Lali Puna without the balls. The day is saved somewhat by some competent remix work from the likes of BoC collaborator Christ who contributes a typically minimal mix and Odd Nosdam who unsurprisingly screws things up beyond instant recognition. Also featured are Neotropic, BoomBip and regular Tarsier collaborator Healamonster.