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Boomkat Product Review:
This album by Seattleite Matt Menovcik is a melancholic affair constructed from brittle drum loops and sadness-imbued electric pianos. It makes for a cold yet ultimately very human-sounding collection of pop electronics all lent an emotive edge by Menovcik's rasping vocal, which croaks along like a marginally less weathered Tom Waits. The production is lent extra gravitas by Shimmy-Disc founder Kramer who provides guitar and mellotron in a few key moments, most notably, the rather sinister 'Escape', featuring some peculiar synth-harpsichord lines to creep you out. There's not a great deal you could call upbeat here, and that's this album's strength: there's a consistent seriousness to all this that tends to be all too scarce in electronic pop music.