This may well be the strongest release on Lunar Disko yet. Created by Wicklow-based producer Jonny Dillon, it moves from cheeky, Cassetteboy-ish sample silliness ("Keep Your Receipt") to glistening, "On"-era Aphex-ish electronica ("Small Hours") via a series of glistening, synth-laden jams. There's great beauty on show throughout, from the classic break and fluid synth combo of "Beannach Mhar", to the Italo-goes-IDM rush of "Over The Hill". Arguably the strongest cut, though, is "Tropic Exchange", which sounds like an unlikely hoedown between Global Communications, Orbital and Bottin. Like the rest of the release, it sounds simultaneously dated and gloriously fresh.
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