Album: Paul Woolford presents Bobby Peru, The Truth (20:20 Vision)
Sunday 30 March 2008
As could be gleaned from "Erotic Discourse", the hit single that preceded it, the second album of electro and tech house music that the experienced Leeds-based producer and DJ Paul Woolford has released in his Bobby Peru guise (named after Willem Dafoe's character in 'Wild at Heart') is largely comprised of tough beats, angular synth stabs and some punishing acid lines.
It's a very controlled aggression that he attacks your speakers with, though. This is functional, energising hard dance music, but with clean lines, fluid grooves and some lovely, intricate detailing.
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