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Boomkat Product Review:
The fourth installment in the Scottish label's ongoing showcase for its more understated output, Soma Coma 4 assembles a tracklist from the usual big name acts, including Silicone Soul, The Black Dog, Slam and Vector Lovers. The 'Paradolia Intro' by Alex Smoke sets the tone and tempo for the playlist, reaching towards mood-altering futurescapes with plenty of widescreen, soundtrack-like gestures. Pablo's 'Journey's End' immediately follows in a similar vein, dropping a piano and strings miniature Max Richter would be proud of. More electronic fare comes into play with the arrival of The Black Dog, with synth-toting highlights like Vector Lovers' BOC-like 'Long Wave' conjuring vintage analogue vibes along the way. Only one exclusive cut is included: Slam's 'B Movie', which takes a tricky, IDM-ish framework of beats and sets them into a nicely morphing pseudo-ambient backdrop of synth pads and electric pianos. In fact, for all the compilatio's more cinematic tendencies there's a healthy enough supply of more beat-oriented material on show, with the likes of Alex Smoke's 'Nuance', Vector Lovers' 'Neon Sky Rain' and the Jay Haze remix of Smoke's 'OK' all laying down an authoritative thwack when called upon to do so.