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Boomkat Product Review:
James Savage and JG Wilkes' Naum Gabo unit reproduce classic songs by two Scottish acts; Simple Minds 'Theme For Great Cities' from 1981 and Fingerprintz' 'Wet Job' from 1979. The former, in Optimo's words is "an electro-trance-funk-classic, pre-dating the rave scene by about 10 years", and is just one of those tunes that's become embedded in the psych of a nation through innumerable DJs and ubiquity on TV and radio. Their remake does away with the rockier bits and cuts an impressively epic dancefloor figure. The remake of the less well known 'Wet Job' works out as a skinny post-punk disco doom groove. Keep an eye out for Optimo's next vinyl edition from Chris Carter, promised for the not too distant future!