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Boomkat Product Review:
James Holden's second album of his career, some seven years after his accomplished debut 'The Idiots Are Winning'.
The Inheritors finds him showing off his newly developed mastery of MAX/MSP and modular synthesis, and across its whopping fifteen track duration there's space for him to indulge his love of far more than techno: witness the very British prog-jazz stomp of 'The Caterpillar's Intervention', the krautrock mannerisms of 'Rannoch Dawn' and 'Circle Of Fifths', the almost freeform noise of 'Sky Burial'. And while of course the album has a backbone of classic Holden, 'Sky Was Pink'-style art-trance ('Some Respite', 'Blackpool Late Eighties', 'Renata' - the latter couldn't sound more Border Community if it tried), it is, in the final analysis, an adventurous and risk-taking record, highly likely to blow the minds of BC fans and at the very least impress the less committed.