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Boomkat Product Review:
Recorded entirely at home, Sharon’s studio set up of beatboxes, samplers, tambourines, guitars, turntables, piano, kid’s keyboards and effects shines through on “Street Vernacular”, creating a fun mix. From the Saint Etienne tones and Carole King-esque piano riff of “Slumber Party” onwards, “Street Vernacular” combines such diverse influences as Run DMC, The Go! Team, The Aislers Set, Ladytron, My Bloody Valentine, The Shangri-Las, Solex, The Go-Gos, Luscious Jackson and Devo, while remaining fresh at all times. There’s even a nod to Mozart and a Pac-man sample in “Brave New World”! Drum ‘n’ Bass style drum loops pop up to boost the tension and some of the keyboard sounds come straight from the wildest electronics of Aphex Twin’s Rephlex label. Check.