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Boomkat Product Review:
The predecessor to the recent "People Like Diagrams", this debut offering from Colditz is a real mixed bag of influences, starting out with an opening triptych of post-rock workouts for piano, drums and elegiac horns, the album quickly shifts into murky drone territory with the onomatopoeically title 'Stummmmmmmmm'. After this, it's all change again. 'Deranged Life' is a cheeky cover of Pavement's classic 'Range Life', obscured almost to the point where it becomes unrecognisable, the words muffled and hummed through with an opiated nonchalance, sounding like Jonsi from Sigur Ros in a particularly whimsical mood. Electronics figure more heavily from here on out though, with the disrupted piano sequences of 'Ruth's' (a homage to Rachel's?) followed by the pots and pans beats of 'Little Cello Piece'. A late highlight comes in the form of 'Trying To Create Space And Light' a beautiful piece of music bringing to mind the low-key grandeur of Manyfingers, it's thoroughly beautiful stuff. With all these delightful elements in place you certainly won't be left wanting to escape from Colditz. Ha! Oh suit yourselves.