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Boomkat Product Review:
Electronica maverick Cursor Miner deploys his fourth album, a journey into the lawless frontiers of pop music where just about anything can happen. Oddball opener 'Reject' is what you'd imagine Depeche Mode jamming around a campfire might sound like, while the more circuit-centric 'The Golem Of Bognor Regis' lurches more conscientiously in the direction of an electro influence, whilst also sounding a little like one of Atom TM's many guises in its absorption of chintzy exotica. One of the album's highlights, 'The Man With The Transparent Face' marks a turn towards a post-dubstep sound, embracing throbbing, pressurised basslines and aggressive beats whilst keeping it quintessentially Cursor Miner with a weird lyrical contingent. Following suit, 'Mad Cow (Intensively Farmed Version)' maintains the dark and distorted urban edge, while such diverse treats as the Rephlex-ish 'Full English Fastbreak' and the star-gazing cold-wave missive (and former single) 'Luna' keep the top quality content flowing.