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Boomkat Product Review:
Marrying together Balearic house and incisive indie songwriting, Spanish quartet Delorean create a winningly euphoric package, modelling the sounds of this summer's dancefloors in the image of Panda Bear fronting a chart-topping dance anthem circa 1994. You might equally say that Delorean are a bit like a more substantial sounding counterpart to Swedish disco waifs jj. In any case, Subiza is a triumphant long-player that cues up a succession of unwaveringly good leftfield rave-ups. 'Stay Close' brings to mind the production style of Memory Tapes' 'Bicycle' but with extra bass and extra '90s house-styled piano riffs. The momentum just keeps on building over the course of the next few tracks, ecstatically charging through 'Real Love' like it was a four-to-the-floor Merriweather Post Pavilion cut, while 'Endless Sunset' boldly joins the dots between Dario G and chillwave 2.0. Perhaps 'Simple Graces' underlines the formula of Delorean's success best of all, combining a Thomas Mars-like lead vocal with rattling MIDI pianos, anachronistic breakbeats, occasional epic guitar outbursts and pitched-up, acid house vocal samples. Subiza might be the party album of the summer - highly recommended.