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Boomkat Product Review:
Melancholic, downbeat electronica, ambient pop and skewed psych-funk from Pork Records founder David Brennand and Fila Brazilia's Steve Cobby proffered as The Cutler. 'The Best Things In Life Aren't Things' woozily drifts between electro-loaded folk meanders 'Samizdat' to the dark, droning pop on 'Pyramid Of Power', to noirish dub on 'Revolution', via the shaded jazz notes of 'P-A-Y-R' to grungy, raw disco on 'Teach Yourself Braille' and Red Snapper-like jazzfonk with '200 Pharoahs - 6 Billion Slaves' and their most modern-sounding effort, the diffuse electro-jazz and soul glitches of 'That's What I Feel'.