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Thursday, August 20, 2009 


Today my review of the surprisingly compelling new Phantom/Ghost record is up at Resident Advisor. Given that I was expecting microhouse, the prepared piano and vocals arrangements on Thrown Out of Drama School were a bit of a shock, but it's a great record, especially "The Process (After Brion Gysin)," which is one of my favourite songs of the year.

Loved the review- except that actually I'm going to push you on this one as a creative writing team-mate might! The "stick out like a sore thumb" is a boring cliche. "Sticks out" would have been fine, we got the idea. :-p

It's a fair cop. Never should have let that one get past me.

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