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Boomkat Product Review:
As a founding member of The Velvet Underground, John Cale has found a proper second wind composing original soundtracks for cinema, most notably (in my opinion) his much underrated work for American Psycho. Here he is paired up with avant film maker CS Leigh (he must be hardcore cos he uses initials) whose film 'Process' has been attracting much broadsheet praise since its premiere at Berlinale earlier this year. "So why do I want an art-house soundtrack that has been described as 'an assault on the viewer's sensibilities'?" I hear you ask, and fair enough I suppose if past experience has left you a little wary. But whereas these albums are often a stew of introspective wank, John Cale has made sure the listener is well looked after with a slew of deeply textured compositions that rarely stray beyond the piano for inspiration. With shades of his 'Dream Interpretation' series hazing in throughout, 'Process' is at turns bucolic, timid and deeply emotional and proves that Cale can take frequent artistic U-turns without ever losing the listener. Beautiful stuff.