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Boomkat Product Review:
This latest release from the on-form Experimedia imprint sees MAN man (ha!) Charles-Eric Charrier tackling the kind of doomed jazz-noire you might usually associate with Earth or Bohren Und Der Club of Gore. That's no bad thing, there can never be too much Lynchian doom-jazz in my life, and 'Silver' is a welcome addition to the pile. Charrier comes accompanied by collaborators Ronan Benoit and Cyril Secq and the trio creep through six smoky compositions with guitar, bass and drums taking centre stage. Of course those of you familiar with MAN will know the duo had a penchant for electronic enhancement, but that takes a back seat on 'Silver'. There is occasionally the hum of a synthesizer or the flutter of effects, but for the most part the trio is uninterested in processing, rather they spend time re-creating the kind of soundscapes Ennio Morricone made his trademark. There are plenty of you out there collecting up re-issues of classic soundtracks, so how about you try something fresh and brand spanking new? Recommended.