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Boomkat Product Review:
A double-sized transmission from the Paw Tracks mavericks, who with this two-disc opus release their eighth album in as many years. The sprawling format gives some sort of representation of the band's live persona, rambling through extended jams and long-form compositions that draw on avant-garde synth odysseys and shambling electro-tinged improv. The second disc's opening tract spills way over the half-hour mark all by itself, rummaging through expert synth modulations and fluttering, meditative banks of droning signals. What arrises elsewhere tends to be more fragmented and even more hallucinatory in tone, adding vocals and occasional half-formed drum patterns to the swirl of all-round otherness this sextet produce. Shards of woodwind add to the comprehensive bad-trip soundscape of 'Teleportation: LIL', while 'When You Call' emerges from the woozy oscillator haemorrhage with something approaching psychedelic sci-fi dub - throbbing bass setting a sickly warble against the incantatory group vocals and machinated beats. There are over two hours of crazed, wonderful music to plough through here, supplying an abundance of awe-inspiring weirdness to flood your brain with. Recommended.