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Boomkat Product Review:
There comes a time in everyone's life where you have a look round and think "f*ck all this lo-fi shite, I want some big-balls production that doesn't make me sound like I'm whispering to myself in the toilet!". And so it came to pass... Ditching the tracing-paper fragility of his past work, Owen Ashworth has spent a two-year sabbatical beefing up (aurally at least), with 'Young Shields' the first material to emerge from his muscular new sessions. Opening with the title-track, Ashworth shows of his production biceps; allowing a driving fusion of indietronic beats and elasticated bass to pummel the lovelorn vocals into a malleable hunk of world-weary solipsism. The net result? Pretty damn good. Similarly, the grubby electro-stomp of 'When You Were Mine', ricochet beats of 'Roberta C.' and the string draped 'Subway Home', all make you glad he's back.