Maxwell and Tejada make a welcome diversion on their latest Palette missive. Although "Where's The Cable?" will satisfy those who can't get enough of their detuned hooks, slinky, ice-cold minimal rhythms and bassy climaxes, the most rewarding results occur when they go down a less travelled path. "Whoops There It Is" is a killer warehouse groove, its gurgling acid sequence and grainy FX making it sound like the bastard offspring of Absurd Recordings and Moustache Techno. But the biggest surprise is on the title track, where the duo's floaty melodies weave their way in and out of a purring electro bass and shuffling 808s.
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