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Perfect Timing

September 6, 2008 | Format: MP3

$8.99
Also available in CD Format
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You can take Recloose out of Detroit, but you can't take Detroit out of Recloose. Eternally busy producer Matthew Chicoine relocated from the Motor City to Auckland, New Zealand in 2001, which makes him a big fish in a pretty small pond. Siphon off electronica from the rest of the country's music scene, and that pond gets even smaller: At the 2008 New Zealand Music Awards, Recloose's only competitors for Best Dance/Electronic Album were Shapeshifter and, um, Magik Johnson. (Recloose won, by the way.) Who knows how he would have fared in the urban Midwest--swimming in a sea of likeminded musicians jockeying for venue space--had he been there when Cardiology (2002) gave him a boost of fame and critical notice, but New Zealand must adore this guy. He's the one introducing spices to the
New World, a succulent American blend of the big, the quick, and the almost painfully funky.

More Stevie Wonder than the Belleville Three (though it wouldn't have been possible if Juan Atkins hadn't made records for extraterrestrials to get jiggy with), Perfect Timing is daringly fun and Recloose's most liberating full-length release by miles. There's zero ostentation in this music, and that's huge. Think of Kompakt's Total series, where the compulsion to dance is inhibited by the unsavory feeling that the producers could beat your wannabe arse at everything you tried. Some early Recloose releases (Cardiology included) betrayed a bit of that chiseled, haughty cool, but this record works on our appetite for the flagrant jazz and guilty pleasure funk most Europeans said auf wiedersehen to since Mo' Wax fell off the face of the earth. "Robop" is so muscular, it's practically rock, with an arsenal of fat synths that punch the air like sproingy boxing gloves.
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