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Boomkat Product Review:
Further proving himself to be Karaoke Kalk's most exuberant and flamboyant of signings, Roman presents a brand new album packed with gloriously gaudy pop. On the one hand, Roman's delivery is so brashly confident and upfront in the mix that you'd have a job thinking of him as anything other than a mainstream artist in the making, yet his songwriting and often bizarre approach to song structure/arrangement ensures that he's still something of an outsider. Half the time Roman sounds like Mika, and his (usually very busy) musical accompaniment can shoot off in various different directions. 'Bones & Barks' is pretty much as silly and apparently meaningless as Roman's music gets, and the bizarre, string-laced cinematics of 'Goodbye Bunny', complete with spoken word passages, is nothing short of baffling. Elsewhere, however, the Euro-bubblegum of 'Despair When Young' and the expertly funk-smattered '80s synth-pop of 'Blow' might just convince you this guy knows what he's doing after all.