Boomkat Product Review:
Stood amongst the tastefully dressed indietronica hordes, DIJF Sanders would be the one wearing an inappropriate slogan T-Shirt and attracting all the female attention as his fey peers looked on in envious disgust. Classically trained on a cornucopia of instruments (a fact he effortlessly exhibits throughout 'To Be A Bob'), the Antwerp based Sanders takes the blueprint of song based-tronica then passes it through a marginally skewed filter, to deliver a sound that is at once oddly familiar yet utterly alien. Opening with the instrumental 'Cheerleader Memorial', Sanders comes across like a GM version of Caribou; albeit injected with some 'Pause'-era Four Tet and a blind selection of Morr, rattling around a break-infused centre with lightning fret work and electronic wistfulness. Elsewhere, 'Neglected Pressure' is a Parisian spasm of jazztronica, 'Still Raining' mixes diet-drone with broiling string arrangements, whilst 'Four Your Ass Only' sounds like a lost Badly Drawn Boy EP.