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Ad Bourke


After initial listening, I was sure that this was a pseudonym of Stones Throw's D?m-Funk, with its fizzing electro-boogie bass and airbrushed melodies being a bit of a giveaway. I was wrong. Close, but this tremendous EP is, in fact, the Citninite Records debut from Italian synthesizer addict, AD Bourke. With a generous amount of eight tracks to choose from, 'Mirage' falls somewhere between the viscous flouro-beats of Hudson Mohawke/Rustie, the slick, post-disco electro of Zapp & Roger and the liquid, 808-pumped 'boom tschak' of the aforementioned D?m-Funk.