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Boomkat Product Review:
Nathan Fake leads a merry, if bittersweet, dance on Sunder, the follow-up to Providence, channelling that album’s mix of eldritch, gothic, cosmic electronics into five cuts firmed up for ‘floors both physical and imagined.
Colour and space are key to the styles exhibited on Sunder, as Fake manipulates his lustrous, chromatic harmonics into various states across five driving, undulating and tracky designs wending from the mesmerising, gaseous keen of Sunder and the more loping tilt of Arcaibh to lush, awning, widescreen synth washes and kosmiche triplets recalling Alessandro Cortini in Serotonin Drops, before dancing around the empty village hall psych rave of Cloudswept and flowing into the piquant vertiginous arp scales of Lea like some rustic english answer to Lorenzo Senni.