Boomkat Product Review:
Another delightful abstract pop record from the Flau stable, Red Rocket Telepathy mixes the sensitive, leftfield song formations of Cuushe with the additional mixing and treatments of Yasuhiko Fukozono (of Aus fame). Given the experimental slant of the album you might find yourself thinking of Tujiko Noriko's output. Certainly, this album is a good measure less saccharine than many of the song-based fare on Flau, and the electronic production is beguiling in itself throughout the tracklist, plumbing depths that might exceed your J-pop expectations. You might even identify a touch of Cocteau Twins coming through during the blurry, weightless vocals and shimmering textures of 'From The Window On The Plane' and 'Strange Animal'. Good stuff.