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Boomkat Product Review:
It's great to see this one available once more - the 'Young Liars' EP was originally released in between the two full length albums on the crucial Touch and Go label and it's finally re-issued. The sound of it is of course as addictive as ever - pounding drum machines making up the backbone of the tracks and TVoTR's characteristic funk-rock sounds draped over grimily to create some of the sleaziest club anthems this side of ESG. The record kicks off with the glam-funk of 'Satellite', all distorted electronic percussion and pounding basslines with a melancholy chorus to die for. I'd like to think TV on the Radio is what Outkast might sound like if they were prepared to experiment with form a little more, this is modern soul music, future R+B, spannered psych rock, out-there funk, it's everything and more than all you've read about it. The finest moment here though is the half-tempo dirge of 'Blind' which is what I'd hope Low would sound like if they had been brought up as evangelists instead of Mormons, it's a frankly jubilant piece of slowcore. If you're into the band and don't already own this EP then you really need to do something about that, it's an essential slice of this incredible band's catalogue and is reason, if it were needed, why they're getting just about everyone hot under the collar right now. Brilliant.