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In time they’ll have more material to be more judicious in constructing a set with, and I look forward to the next opportunity to watch them raise the bar even higher.
It was still a showcase from a master and great fun to dance to some sounds from the underground. And to those who missed out – rent a copy of Groove.
The whole album seems to work itself up to closing track One Horse, an eight-minute epic and one of the highlights of Menomena’s entire catalogue.
The release is well worth a listen for any fan of groovier, deeper techno and house, however, putting the slower mix on the second disc is a fundamentally flawed choice.
For anyone seeking a thorough rundown of a burgeoning sound, this is a must listen.
For those who worship at the altar of Bob, this release is par for the peerless course; for those less fervent followers, there is still much joy to be found here.