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Boomkat Product Review:
No Pain In Pop present a glistening web of parellel midnight dimensions in 'The Bedroom Club III'. Like the prior two volumes which introduced us to early work from club mutants, D'eon, Pariah and patten, a.o., this edition rounds up established artists such as NTS' Throwing Shade with the noctilucent ambience of '38 000', or NPIP's own Jire with the screwed brain enema, 'Sout', alongside a handful of new acquaintances. Sim Hutchings crosses our radar for a 1st time with the depressed techno slug of 'I Will Unify The Hood Through My Vision', and, likewise Selector's Roll debuts a deeply gauzy figure somewhere between FiS and MBV with 'Almost A Gaze'. Back on its feet, Carby introduce themselves with the elusive dancefloor sehnsucht of 'Speechless', whereas Liverpool-based Kepla swills maudlin chords and cranky electronic noise summing up the feeling of dancing in wet shoes with 'Ordinant 6'.