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Boomkat Product Review:
The virtuosic sampler fiend and pioneering dancefloor composer presents his 1st new album of dance music in nine years with 'The Shakes' - effectively the follow-up to 'Scale' (2006). With an emotional range as fine and varied as his sample banks, the venerable UK composer spins out twelve tracks spanning signature hurky-jerky house patterns thru to sanguine soul drifts and jazzy big band antics, always with an idiosyncratic timbre and grain and blessed with the sort of chicanery that could only come from a composer confident in his technique and with nearly 20 years experience under his finger nails (although we hope he's chopped his claws since then). We could reduce that to "mature", but its best connoted as timeless, and, thanks to the stellar highlights of tracks such as the ambient lullaby 'Silence' - one of his most subtly reserved, and by turns striking pieces - or the stately, radiophonic soul of 'Bed', embedded among the vocal-heavy dance tracks, it's one of his most endearing, least contrived, offerings in a long time.