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Boomkat Product Review:
You know how it is; one minute you're releasing bespoke 12"s on home-grown indie Arable (Robin Saville's label), the next thing your album's all over The OC and Domino are knocking at the door. Doesn't sound familiar? You're evidently not in Psapp then... A feline obsessed duo centering around the creative core of Galia Durant and Carim Clasmann, Psapp's debut LP 'Tiger, My Friend' felt like a real find - clunking along in a foggy miasma of creaking beats, found-sound collages and velveteen vocals. Extending this charming remit for their follow-up 'The Only Thing I Ever Wanted', Psapp seem to have consummately shouldered the expectation which accompanies your music being used as the theme-tune to 'Grey's Anatomy' and providing aural accompaniment to tales of vacuous sun-tanned youths. It's a clunking corker. Opening with 'Hi', Psapp immediately assert a matured stance despite the employment of outwardly similar elements; an aquatic burst of multi-layered percussion here, some herky-jerky instrumentation there - all topped off with a generous serving off Galia's vocal honey. Assured and steeped in an after-hours ambience, Durant has the ability to weave a firm pop-sensibility around strands of muted elegance whilst never becoming consumed by Clasmann's intricately structured aural-mosaics. With particular highlights including the stuttering Andy Williams-indebted 'The Words', the languid piano exhalation of 'Make Up' and the organ-addled FM stature of the title track, 'The Only Thing I Ever Wanted' is whisker-lickin' good.