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Boomkat Product Review:
Polish duo Marcin Cichy and Igor Pudlo have been making warm, crisp and complex beat-based music for a while now. It's just that they've been making it in Poland. There, they are among the best-known and most respected DJs and producers about, with even a Paszporty Polityki nomination to their name (the most prestigious culture award in the country). Beyond, they are virtually unknown. Until now, that is, and the release of their debut album by Ninja Tune. The pair came to Ninja's attention via DJ Vadim who had worked with them on one of his Eastern European tours. Drawing on Poland's rich jazz heritage Cichy and Pudlo have an unrivalled source of samples to tap and they tap it with consummate aplomb. The opening 'High' combines sharp conga playing with spectral warbling and flute stabs, 'Not Too Bad' is held together by a killer double bass riff, the single '1958' is kitsch dancefloor business, 'Break In' lifts you up out of your seat and has you hanging above the couch, 'Quiz' is garage-band jazz, 'Behind The Curtain' is sublime road movie music. Lovely.