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Boomkat Product Review:
Xander Harris swaps hackneyed Giallo references for sexy cyber visions on his follow-up to 'Urban Gothic' for Not Not Fun. It's OST techno, or dancefloor cinema, depending on your disposition, foregrounding a feel for noirish romance and subterfuge moods scripted with the skill and ambition of a jobbing synthesist breaking into the late '80s sci-fi industry. With one cyborg eye on John Carpenter and Alan Howarth, and another on Brad Fiedel, Austin, TX's Justin Sweatt navigates the aerial highways of 'Tristitia' to the dark synth power of 'Legacies', passing thru the Drexciyan electro of 'I Still Look Young In The Dark' and shark-eyed disco-tech on 'Vultures Of Tenderness', streaming past the synapse-sparking themes of 'Bring Me Their Heads' to the 278th floor techno vision of Clear Expensive Skies'.