on 21 August 2013
This is not the first time both artists have worked together. And as before the results have been interesting ,but not earth shattering.
What is a real shame is that Evangeline is the weakest track and we get 4 different (and not all that different as well) versions.
The David Lynch remix being nothing special. However the other songs are something special and takes Foxx in a different direction to the recent Math project.
And it is these that make this a great EP. And more important worth buying/downloading.
on 31 August 2013
This is John Foxx's strongest set for some time. It took me a few plays to great into, but once I did, I haven't stopped playing it. The man is a genius and he is enjoying the most prolific and imaginative periods of his career. Buy this. You will not regret it!
on 22 August 2013
Jori Hulkkonen joins electronic musician and pioneer John Foxx for this shimmering collection of lush, wistful songs. Includes a remix by David Lynch, no less. This is beautiful, layaed romantic electronica and I recommend it without hesitation.
on 24 August 2013
Mr Foxx these past years has been rather creative releasing many different albums under various disguises, John Foxx And The Maths, John Foxx and The Belbury Circle, and this one a collaboration with Jori Hulkkonen that it is hard to keep up with them all.
What they all have in common it that they sound like John Foxx. Personally, I enjoyed Evangeline more than Strictly for which for me had some 'close to cringed worthy' vocals. Can't see you anymore takes a little time to get going but overall, it is a good release.