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Boomkat Product Review:
The alter-ego of Chris Cook, Same Actor has thus far been keeping the CDR trade alive through releases like 2003's 'Extreme Pumpkin' - as well as pumping out material (Wrong Music etc.) under a range of guises to rival the cast list of Lost. His first proper debut LP, 'Sharp Edges' sees Cook further indulging his love of sampled acoustic instrumentation - twisted and remodelled so as to resemble something entirely new. Predominantly comprised of guitar, sitar and dulcimer, Cook feeds the raw material into one end of his laptop, before all manner of intricately plotted digital machinations emerge from the other. Opening with 'Light Years', Cook resembles The Village Orchestra, albeit with corners that could have your eye out, before moving onto the almost dubby crackle of 'Nothing Yet'. Elsewhere, 'Celeriac' increases the rhythm for a chiming set of muted guitar and twitchy silicon, 'Hammer' delivers electronic pins and needles, whilst 'Morph' massages Celtic folk into waterfall of bass and tronics.