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Boomkat Product Review:
It's been a long time coming, but Broadcast have made sure it was worth the wait. With a rotating membership that even the most ardent of Warp heads must be struggling with, Broadcast are renowned for tortuous sessions that go right round the houses before making it onto record; but this might just be their special ingredient. From the opening cascade of electronically numb melody and the first glimpse of Trish Kennan's bewitching voice, 'Tender Buttons' is a breathtaking achievement that is positively drenched in considered arrangements that are intricately plotted without ever losing the all important spark of spontaneity. Moving closer to their Slowdive/Kevin Shields roots than ever before, songs such as 'Black Cat' are classic Broadcast with a drum machine fuelled twist, combining a driving electro soused beat with ethereal vocals and shoegaze guitar. Elsewhere, 'Tears In The Typing Pool' strips the production right back to reveal a beautiful vocal veneer, 'America's Boy' sees them getting all political, whilst 'Goodbye Girls' is what electroclash should have sounded like all along. Good enough to eat, positively their best album to date.