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Boomkat Product Review:
Italian electro-techno-house maestro Marco Passarani makes slinky moves on Aus with a substantially diverse 17-track album follow-up to his 2019 LP for Offen Music
With nearly 30 years of skin in the game for legendary labels such as Rephlex, Skam and Peacefrog, Passarani brings a wealth of experience and finely honed chops to ‘The Wildlife of the Quieter Ones’. Spanning acidic, melodic electronica to sparkling electro-disco, dreamy Italo house and cosmic glyders, he plays to the full spectrum of his style with a finesse that marks him out among the best in class, comparable to equally enduring artists such as Luke Vibert and the Analord.
The album is sequenced as a cohesive long-player, not a collection of club tracks, with an emotive cadence and narrative arc that interlinks the whole thing from its gorgeous chromatic spurts in ‘Albuquerque Arcade Retreat’ to the hero-driving-into-sunset credits sequence of ’Strawberry Strings’. But, for the short of attention, we direct DJs and dancers to strong moves strewn between his elegantly urgent electro-disco trick ’Serenity Alley’, some killer Detroit-style electro replete with kaotic harmonies on ’Storm 90’, and fine cuts of I-F or Gesloten Cirkel-alike Italo-electro in ‘Complex Beta’ and ‘Never Endggn Scrolling’.