CD Review: Boduf Songs- Burnt Up On Re-Entry

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March 16, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe

homepage_large.a86a0cb0A one-man project consisting of Southampton’s Mathew Sweet (also of Four Man Ghost, Pistols At Dawn With Afterglow and Heavy Manufacturing Concern‎), Burnt Up On Re-Entry has seen Boduf move away from a mostly acoustic sound and incorporate electric guitar, drum machines, electronic soundscapes with the usual dose of melancholy.

The album is sparse, crawls along at a snails pace and, at almost an hour long, isn’t particularly easy to get into. But it is very atmospheric and moody, and when played in the right mood, can be a very rewarding experience. 

Click now to read the full review in issue #6 of Ghost Cult Magazine

 

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