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Boomkat Product Review:
Oakland, CA dreamer, Austin Cesear smudges back into view on Public Information with his follow-up to aces for Opal Tapes and Anthony Naples' Proibito. 'West Side' was inspired by Austin's time spent gazing over the dock of Oakland port in the San Francisco bay, and duly yields six tracks of gauzily impressionist groove and foggy atmosphere, or, as PI poetically proffer; "This is Austin Cesear beside black water in the darkest hours, white sodium light bouncing across the surf. Searching across the bay, industry stands proud in the early morning haze. Cargo, containers, machines. Cranes pierce the sky, gulls scream, motors grind – the rush and roar of a new working day in his ears." And so the EP unfolds with a dawning logic, from the coruscating allure of metallic harmony and grubby swing of 'La Paloma' thru the fuzzy shimmy of 'Ain't It So (Necessary)', to the pre-caffeineated trudge of 'Cloven Hoov', before 'Easy Bend' curves the session to warmer, half-baked house heights, pumping into the teasing techno elation of 'Samareda' and the come-down chug of 'Bee Free (Warlick Mix)'.