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Boomkat Product Review:
Electronica duo Infantjoy have roped their mates into guesting on the appropriately titled, With; an album comprised of five remixes and seven new compositions. The duo is made up of cellist/percussionist James Banbury and bizarrely enough, cultural commentator and Newsnight Review regular, Paul Morley, who even lends that familiar voice of his to 'Absence', an AGF-style sliced up spoken word piece. The new tracks cover a pretty wide territory within the electronica spectrum, from the microscopic glitch work of 'The Beat Within' to the digitally enhanced dulcimer and cello piece, 'Without'. Of the remixes, highlights come from Isan and Tunng, the latter of which sounds as you'd imagine an Air record might, were it rewired by laptop electronics. 'Ghosts', here remixed by (another artist from the Morr Music stable) Populous, is a cover of the David Sylvian-penned Japan song. A bitcrushed tapestry of ambient electronics provides a bedrock for Sarah Nixey's half-whispered vocal. An album worthy of investigation by followers of warm, melodic electronica and er, broadsheet music journalism alike.