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Boomkat Product Review:
Bound to split the biscuit, this one: esteemed Dub Techno and Ambient producer presents his Luomo-like suite of vocal-heavy House and Pop. As Yagya, Aðalsteinn Guðmundsson has borne three albums of exquisite ambient techno strongly informed by the likes of Gas, Basic Channel, and Brian Eno. They're all much loved by those who own them, but they're also all instrumental, so it's a bit of a shock to hear full-blooded vocals covering the majority of 'The Inescapable Decay Of My Heart'. Luckily it does come with a disc of instrumentals for those who can't handle that level of human emotion, but as for us, we're not so turned off. They're a bit naff at times, but but when they work, they do so surprisingly well, finding a fine middle ground between Moritz Von Oswald's most stripped down Dub House and the ebullient beauty of Vladislav Delay's Luomo work, all with extra atmospheric detail.