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Boomkat Product Review:
We missed out on the first volume, but we're certainly not making the same mistake with 'Spatial Disco 2'! It's the second in a series of library records compiled by the Austrian Electunes label and entirely drawn from the legendary Tele Music catalogue, this time focusing on the electronic productions of Saveur Mallia between 1981 and 1984, most specifically the 'Cosmosynthetic', 'Percussions Modernes' and 'Automation' albums. The styles rove between early Art Of Noise or Arthur Baker alike electro on 'Smurfissimo' to Robotnick-esque jaunts such as 'New Wave Sequence' and urgently uptempo breakdancers like 'Robot Scratch'. Our favourites have to be the Italo propulsion of 'Macadam Locomotion' and the atmospheric bassline arpeggios of 'Rectangle Astral'. A must for anyone who got a kick out of the Tangerine Traume compilation or fans of Riechmann, John Carpenter etc.