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Boomkat Product Review:
This is an album that seems to have been forever in the making. From the debut 12" for Isophlux (pressed up numerous times in different colours of lush transparent vinyl), to the collectable 12" for Miami's Orange Imprint (complete with MP3 riddled Floppy Disks) and the various sparkling compilation contributions, Lexaunculpt's material has been treated with a certain amount of revenance from a crowd of listeners desperate for more. This album (or various, earlier versions of it) seems to have been intended for or due for imminent release on various labels over the last couple of years, always somehow managing to avoid public release and, instead, finding a home on MP3 sites and various archives here and there. Planet-Mu seems to be the perfect home for Alex, allowing him to explore both sides of his brilliantly original take on electronic music, from his seemingly effortless engineering of the most complex and grooving disjointed beats, to his by now familiar foray into ambient and even classical territory for catharsis. This is a brilliant album from a quite simply exceptional artist - highlighted best on the deeply digital and syncopated metallic beats of "Ninety-Seven Cars And Free Love" to the simply jawdropping distorted ambience of "Emori Dixon Renamed". The only hope is that the wait for the next album isn't quite as long and that some of these amazing tracks make it onto vinyl sometime soon. Awesome.