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Boomkat Product Review:
Emerging from Peckham's vibrant scene, Haraket debut with two endearingly moody blends of indie-pop and electronics backed with ace Djrum and King Krule remixes. Like not-so-distant cousins of The xx, 'Taint' showcases melancholy guitar and female vocals dubbed out with that heat-hazy South-East London feel and unexpectedly rising to a dramatic shoegaze crescendo, whereas 'Attgo' is more electronic, coming off like a Massive Attack demo produced by a sullen, dubstepping Four Tet and craftily packing more narrative twists than you could hope for. Djrum's remix of 'Taint' is suitably downbeat, even giving the vocals a jazzy, folk-wise tint that wasn't there in the original, whilst BBC 'Sound Of 2013' nominee King Krule makes good with Jamie Isaac and Mokadem on a low slung, balcony-ready revision of 'Attgo' cooled out with lithe bass work.