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Boomkat Product Review:
There are a lot of analogue synthesizer fetishists around here at Boomkat HQ, and when an album comes along that fetishises those sounds this much we can always muster up more than a little bit of excitement. It's obvious that Komputer (now on their third album) haven't lost that love for Kraftwerk, John Foxx and the Tubeway Army that kicked them into gear in the first place, and this album goes back to exactly what made that sound good in the first place. Many would say this is electro, and in many ways it is - but this isn't the electro you'd expect to hear these days, this isn't dark or techy and it isn't comical and Hoxton-lite, no this is what electro was then, in the days of Krautrock experiments and when vintage synthesizers weren't actually vintage at all. With standout (and single track) 'Headphones and Ringtones' taking us into the world of pop, and tracks like 'Gloopy' moving into darker, more glitch-ridden realms there should be something for all you robots out there on 'Synthetik'. Recommended.