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Boomkat Product Review:
*Includes digital download voucher redeemable from the label. Blown-out, kosmiche psych-pop** "As the title infers, there is a ‘cosmic’ quality to Pulsars e Quasars – in a sense, it draws a link to his earlier Cosmic Synth work, albeit reclaiming and redefining it in a Pop songwriting context. Opener “Suns” sets the tone. And it glows. A bracing current of electricity, it’s a slate–cleaner, an improvised transmission capturing the group sound of this temporary ensemble in motion. “Pulsars e Quasars”, the title–track and mini–album’s first single, is a lysergic rush, a kaleidoscopic bite of psychedelic Anglophile pop. Settling into his singing voice – most of his earlier albums were primarily instrumental – his voice finds a comfortable spot between the narcotic resplendence of George Harrison and the delicacy of Broadcast’s Trish Keenan. The music, meanwhile, opens swathed in phased guitars before building into a prismatic, melodic fuzzed out mass. A tune that might just become a make-out classic. “Chromatiques II (Extended Mix), mixed in collaboration with Jefre Cantu–Ledesma (who runs the Root Strata label and whose forthcoming LP will be released on Mexican Summer) bleaches “Pulsars” into a sunkissed haze that you might want to go on forever. If, when it ends, you wonder if it had just been a mirage, you’ll have the warm sensation of having been singed. Just a little."