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Boomkat Product Review:
What looks like the penultimate edition of FatCat's split series contrasts a remarkably epic Katie Gately composition with a side of spannered psychedelic house by Tlaotlon. This is the first we've heard of Katie Gately since her fascinating side for Public Information a year ago. Again she returns to the painstaking method of sampling and editing her own vocals and concrète sources into uncannily detailed, kinetic arrangements liable to buckle, vault and twist in the most unique geometries. Her 'Pivot' plays through as one 14 minute piece collaging a tortuous narrative from multi-tracked and queered harmonies and the kind of steepled peaks you'd expect to hear in a T C F piece. It's really something else. Likewise, Tlaotlon's follow-up to 'Ekotmists' for 1080p takes that EP's aesthetic further out in a dizzying array of Astral Social Club-gone-breakbeat styles with 'Myriade', plus the more groovesome bounce and psychedelic chaos of 'Ascensis' and a pair of scrambled synthy boogie abstractions.