Thanks for that Bill Brewster link fella. Good listen that was. Interesting that "cheekypaul" from the GU crew was involved
On the other hand that Guardian abortion is about par for a Sasha interview. The constant factor in all of this poor bloke's interviews seems to be a glorified past that can never be recreated. Respect to Brewster for scratching below.
As for the album itself. I got round to listening to it tonight. At the risk of sounding like a kiss-my-girlfriend mong I reckon the first 2 thirds of this album are exceptional. It's got a deftness of touch missing from anything post Airdrawndagger. This reminds me of the melancholic sound that drew us all in.
For example the track that starts at 42:00 seems reminiscent of those incidental loopy techno records he used to drop as "bridges" during his early sets at fabric . The type of hypnotic stuff you get completely lost in when high on drugs, all while having your testis groped by some vested Spanish tourist in room 1.
Mans still got an ear for a tune, even without Mr May. Bring on his next record in 2026