I don't know much about Mike Boo. As a matter of fact, when I got this album in the mail, I was going to trash it because I saw the Alpha Pup label on the side. I can respect when someone wants to try something different, but a good portion of what I've heard from this camp has been pretty wack -- like Blackbird, for example. Anyway, before I decided to put it in the "store credit" pile, I decided to google his name. I found out that dude is a DJ and that this was a strictly instrumental album. Since I'm a sucker for a good instrumental album, I gave it a shot and it's been getting steady rotation ever since the first listen. The entire album is done with two turntables and nothing more -- that means sound effects, bass lines, and the whole nine. The sound is dark and mellow -- definitely nothing to get hype to. I won't go on and on with this one. Just give it a shot. If you're into turntablism, or you dig the technical side of being a DJ, chances are good that you'll find something you can appreciate on this album.
Dunhill Drone Committee [Alpha Pup Records 2005]
1. For Your Box
3. Laid In Soyetyland
6. Wearing Signals Away
7. Here Are The Faxes You Requested
8. Oaksterdam Goo
10. Vibrations Transcend Space And Time