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Boomkat Product Review:
Ultravisitor is the brand new album from Jenkinson Snr, his 5th full length emission and possibly his best to date - even with the scary 80 min running length. I must admit to not feeling the last album that much, a tad too experimental and missing that undefined 'X' factor that Squarepusher releases posess so vividly from time to time. This album changes all that. From its initial tumble into splattered breaks and intricate arrangements on the opening title track, you find yourself surrounded by mind blowing opposing melodies, hard assed drums, malfunctioning programming and sonics with a layered, MBV-like intensity. The explosive sonics at the its end drop off into the first piece featuring the Jaco Pastorius' inspired solo-bass compositions - 'I Fulcrum' illustrates just how well the man does deep, soul, funk. 'Iambic 9 Poetry' follows the best track from 'Budakhan Mindphone', absolutely gorgeous melodiously tuned bass drops into blissful keyboards and live drumming, an original creation that fans of Four-Tet will adore. 'Andrei' is a classically structured acoustic guitar and bass duet which takes us to '50 Cycles', a completely manic downtempo experimental hip hop throwdown complete with the cheeky processed narrative Jenkinson uses every now and again. 'Menelee' brings the bell chimes, the amen breaks and the acid!!!! - 'Steinbolt' brings off punk, the funk and the menace - amazing sh*t. That's only half the album. Extra mention to the last two tracks - the soothing sounds for baby fed 'Tommib Help Buss' and the bass solo 'Every Day I Love'. Parts of this album appear to be made out of live recordings though Warp claim not!!! the sequencing is a bit bizarre to say the least but if the Squarepusher you love is 'Hard Normal Daddy Feed Me Weird Things My Sound Iambic 5 Poetry' then you'll adore this album, as do I.