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Boomkat Product Review:
This gorgeous album is finally available on cd. Ahh yes, the return of the fabulous Yoshihiro Hanno under his Radiq moniker - just about a year after slaying us with his incredible debut album "Graffiti & Rude Boy 67", finding a perfect meeting point between minimal funked up House emissions and slinky, late-night jazz-based variations. This new album enlists the help of Basic Channel's Paul St Hilaire (aka Tikiman) on a couple of tracks, and finds Hanno in a beautifully woozy, laid-back mood, blending the fuzzy warmth of acoustic instrumentation with the fluid core of electronic production, extending the remit of the album from beautifully effervescent Lovers-style dubwise minimalism at one end, to the overflowing Parisian romanticism at the other. Great stuff.