Tosca's acclaimed eighth studio album Going Going Going saw Richard Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber go back to their experimental roots. After a series of album's that had seen them experiment more and more with vocal collaborators and traditional song structures, Going Going Going was a clean sweep of the table and a return to the deep beats and dubbed out sounds that first made their name two decades ago. Now in the grand tradition of their previous albums Richard and Rupert have handed Going Going Going's parts over to a hand-picked roster of producers from around the world.
The result is Boom Boom Boom, a radically altered image that sees Tosca's original compositions blasted into pieces and rearranged in kaleidoscope fashion, from the elastic digi-dub reworking of "Love Boat" by Shanti Roots & Scheibosan and Brendon Moeller's hazy, space filled interpretation of "Amber November" through to Stereotyp's jittering, percussive take on "Chinabar" and Steve Cobby's rubbery, funk fuelled house remix of "Tommy." Like the best remix albums, Boom Boom Boom builds upon its original's foundations, taking us in unexpected new directions without ever losing site of the source material.