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Boomkat Product Review:
After charming everyone with two 7”s of mad Thai disco kinks, YĪN YĪN make it official with a debut album of East Asian influenced psychedelic, funk and beyond
Hailing from Holland and tracing tradewinds back to source, YĪN YĪN have minted a sincerely faithful yet canny spin on the outernational sounds they clearly adore. Slightly frustratingly the album doesn’t contain the heavily infectious ‘Dis Kô Dis Kô’ off their debut 7”, but it does revolve the driving disco killer ‘One Inch Punch’ off their 2nd 7”, along with some strong ‘Tears of a Black Tiger’ noodle-western vibes in ‘Pingpxng’ and the spicy jaws-harp twangs of ‘Thom Ki Ki’, plus some fruity Patrick Cowley vibes on ’Sui Ye’, and enough shimmering psych guitars in their title cut to keep you up and dancing all night.