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Boomkat Product Review:
Lock up your daughters; Jackson's here and he's wearing a dinner jacket... The product of 26-year-old Parisian Jackson Fourgeaud, 'Smash' is a spasming ram raid of lop-sided beats and shattered electronic noisiness that does to pop and indie what Prefuse did to hip-hop; i.e. gut it then f*ck with it. A long-time cohort of Mr Oizo, Fourgeaud has a similar weak-spot for rubbery electro, forcing it face first into a fleet of oncoming digital AT-AT's. Hyperbolic maybe, but 'Smash' is one of those records that's difficult to lexicalise, with the opening track 'Utopia' jack-hammering 'Girls on Top'-style bastard pop, Scott Herron shattered sensibilities and punked-up electro into a wholly successful proposition. Continuing a gold run with the Mike Ladd guesting 'TV Dogs', the Cornelius ADD of 'Tropical Metal' and the strangely melancholy pop-shrapnel of 'Fast Life', 'Smash' is all over the place, but thanks to the undeniable talents of smooth operator Jackson, it's a glorious mess as opposed to one that needs cleaning up.