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Boomkat Product Review:
Radioslave's Matt Edwards and Joel Martin have made a contemporary exotica, library-style record having invested time digging through all the right crates to find suitable source material to fashion their retro, soft focus sounds. It's to the duo's credit that you really can't tell where the sampling ends and the new recordings begin. While you'd presume that most of 'Victoria's Secret' comes from old soundtracks stitched together, it's far harder to place all the elements that contribute to the driving '70s-style Euro funk of 'Circus Of Horror' or the loungecore reggae of 'Pacific Rhythm'. Imprints like Trunk and Finders Keepers do a great job of unearthing these sorts of sounds from their dusty graves, but Quiet Village succeed at making something new from them, bringing fuzzy, old fashioned string sounds into a sound world sculpted by sturdy breakbeats and contemporary production techniques, all deftly integrated into a single vision of some made up past.