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Boomkat Product Review:
*One of the most beautiful and cinematic albums to have emerged from the late 90's Berlin scene - finally available again.* 'Silur' was the third 'proper' album from Tarwater, the duo of Berndt Jestram and Ronald Lippok (To Rococo Rot) and to our mind - the pinnacle of their lengthy recording career to date. Although in recent years the duo have angled towards more of a poppy sound, back in 1998 when 'Silur' appeared it almost instantly recruited an army of avid followers with its fusion of melancholy, deeply cinematic vignettes and a kind of smoky jazz variant which still sounds tremendous almost 15 years on. 'The Watersample', for instance, takes a loungey low-slung sample (think Broadcast...) and then lavishes Ronald Lippok's signature near spoken-vocals over it, while the gorgeous 'Ford' utilises a looping synthesizer to build up a glorious hooky number worthy of comparing to anything To Rococo Rot ever put their name to. "Silur" really is one of the most loved and well-aged album from the late-90's Berlin scene, and if you've never heard it before - your time!