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Boomkat Product Review:
Sean Bowie follows last year's acclaimed 'Heaven To A Tortured Mind' with a much-needed set of spangled glam rawk NRG and keenly evolved indie chillwave pop that harks back to his cultish Teams material.
When opener 'Jackie' dropped earlier this year it offered up all we needed to know about this sequined collection of searing songcraft. It might be Bowie's most radio-friendly moment to date, and starts "The Asymptotical World" as it means to go on. 'Crushed Velvet' is more sing-along glam goodness, with beats that sound one part Bay City Rollers and one part Washed Out. 'Tuck' centers a vocal performance from Agnes Gryczkowska, aka NAKED, who adds a witchy sparkle to Bowie's wobbly overdriven backdrop. It's a move that reminds of his productions from a decade ago, when he was toying with chillwave as Teams.
Closing track 'Katrina' might be the EP's most engaging though, catching Bowie in a more reflective state with muted vocals, psychedelic spoken word elements and grizzly percussion.