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Boomkat Product Review:
Hot-tip, Suicideyear, bridges the gap betwixt Big Boi and Terry Riley in his debut album for Mexican Summer. Hailing from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, James Prudhomme aka Suicideyear has crafted a gorgeously sensual, lucid hybrid of ATL trap beats and classic mid-late 20th century American minimalism, first heard in the 'Japan' mixtape, and now polished up with 'Remembrance'. We'd imagine this stuff to be like a iced-tea on the ears if heard in the humid climes of Louisiana and Florida where it was created, and equally the same on a muggy Manchester afternoon. Although we don't really drink iced tea around these parts… It also feels sorta like elements of Autechre's 'Amber' reworked by a monk-like HudMo, prizing melancholic, emotional reflection over bombast and fireworks, but essentially it does feel very American, also redolent of the cascading, digitised hues in Maggi Payne's early '80s computer music, and clearly reminding of Oneohtrix Point Never's heartfelt take on American electronica, or like a rehabilitated Salem.