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Boomkat Product Review:
Matthew Mondanile flies solo from his Real Estate duties on a right charming 4th album as Ducktails. With each successive record in this guise the fidelity increases accordingly. Now on his first for Domino - his highest profile to date - the production, songwriting, and all important vibes, are as sweet as you could hope for, aided to an extent by studio nous from Al Carlson (Oneohtrix Point Never, Peaking Lights) to happily strike into that golden spot on the AM band he's long aimed for. For some, the increase in fidelity may correlate with a lack of atmosphere or a certain integrity, but let's be fair; Ducktails has always harboured "proper" pop ambitions and it's here that they really come to fruition on the likes of hippy-headed recent single 'The Flower Lane' and to sterling degrees on 'Letter Of Intent''s soft-focus wink and shuffle or the effervescent verve of 'Under Cover'.