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Boomkat Product Review:
Woozy techno and ambient spell-casting from Nathan Fake on his third studio album. Precocious and preternaturally talented from the off, Fake has nonetheless matured his sound over the years, without losing the core of wide-eyed naivety that helped make it so striking in the first place. The reference points remain more or less unchanged - Aphex at his most heart-rending, the detuned dreamtime synths of Boards of Canada, progressive techno of both the Detroit and Cologne persuasion - and existing fans won't need much encouragement to dig in to this typically rich and melodious material. But we'd also advise the rest of you to take a look, there's loads to enjoy, and some of it completely unexpected: especially the Legowelt-ish C64 trance of 'Harnser' and the brutal, bruk electro of 'World Of Spectrum'.