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Boomkat Product Review:
Every so often a band comes along that tries so desperately to ‘combine styles’ they end up falling into a pit of trend following coffee table hopelessness. Sadly I must reveal that Scottish hopefuls Union of Knives don’t manage to avoid this trap. They obviously have far reaching tastes, citing The Beta Band, Massive Attack and Radiohead amongst their influences, but there’s the rotting stink of trip hop and pop jungle buzzing around ‘Violence & Birdsong’.I couldn’t even say that this album is bad, it’s not - there’s not an offensive note on it, and I can’t say I’d turn the radio off if any of these tracks ended up banging out in my kitchen, but I wouldn’t really notice, I’d be too busy humming something else.