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Boomkat Product Review:
For the first time in thirty years, iconic electronic music pioneers Vince Clarke (Erasure/Yazoo/Depeche Mode) and Martin Gore (Depeche Mode) reunite for a full length album project. 'SSSS' is a club-dedicated affair taking heavy inspiration from Teutonic Techno and was built part-by-part over email from the duo's respective studios. Their take on contemporary Techno is quite camp, if we're honest, which shouldn't really come as a shock to anyone aware of their tastes. They've got a maximalist approach to the dancefloor, packed with frilly tweaks and throbbing, haughty, macho rhythms. Previous single 'Spock' - acclaimed by The Quietus as "one of the best tracks of 2011" - appears, as does the more recent 'Single Blip', next to the cantering ElectroTechno cruiser 'Windup Robot', the spiked, blurry contours of 'Bendy Bass', the sawtooth synth-driven insistence of 'Aftermaths' and the almost Baroque set-piece 'Flux'. Mixed by Timothy "Q" Wiles, recorded and engineered by Sie Medway Smith and Vince Clarke and mastered by Stefan Betke (aka Pole).