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Boomkat Product Review:
Pivotal A’dam players, Juju & Jordash move beyond the themes of Techno Primitivism  and Clean-Cut  to arrive in serene, Far Eastern and African-facing house-not-house zones with Sis-Boom-Bah!
The vibe is assuredly home-listening, leaving the club in pursuit of coolly introspective dimensions, guided by gently rolling deep house impulses and populated with myriad synth voices in a most sublime version of the devilishly detailed, hardware-driven style they’ve honed since 2004.
Ok there are tracks you could dance to, if the mood takes you with the deep (inner) space techno of Attack The Crwod, and the buoyant, chromatic twirl of Back Tuck Basket Toss, but the biggest attraction iOS the way they weave those tracks into he album’s warp and weft, in equilibrium with more etheric, esoteric gestures such as the rippling gamelans of Herkie at the front, or the 4th world rhythmelodic cadence of Paper Doll, and the quietly deliquescent charms of hanging Pyramid.