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Boomkat Product Review:
Brilliant debut album of kinky-assed industrial funk from Cómeme's Berlin-based Russian ex-pat producer. Part-produced by Butthole Surfers' Paul Leary and starring Battles' John Stanier on drums, the aesthetics are uncommonly high-end yet with sufficient amount of grit to put a real itch in yer gruds. Borrowing heavily from the blueprints of Liasons Dangereuses, DAF, and later '80s New Beat, Philipp animates his lean, powerful constructions with killer vocals blending his native tongue with indecipherable, punkish gibberish that even the most Vodka sozzled Russian would fail to comprehend. Most crucially there's a handful of rockets for the DJs, from the acidic New Beat of 'Arrest Me' to the hard-swung industrial kink of 'Push The Gaz Pedal', the Fairlight-gilded stomp of 'Europa' and the Freestyled chops of 'It Could Be Good'.