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“Electrobuddha is the creation of Mark McCaffer and this debut is a gloriously sexy, groove-scored cut. Bleep, Whirr, Disco is a subversive hybrid of the most eclectic mix. Imagine The Rolling Stones jamming with The Beta Band at a Scissors Sister gig and you'll get an idea of where this album is coming from. Then add a packed Seventies disco with Jimi Hendrix and James Brown sharing DJ duties. Bizarrely, the vocals most closely call to mind Neil Hannon of Divine Comedy and it's mighty odd pairing, over the bleeping, whirring, psychedelic disco sound that Electrobuddha has created. If McCaffer can recreate this live, it will be one hell of a show. Catriona Killin. Catriona Killen - Daily Record, Glasgow, Scotland I liked the synths a lot. Belle and Sebastian Electrobuddha no longer meditating alone Mar 14 2012 by Michael Pringle, Airdrie & Coatbridge Electrobuddha, Mark McCaffer Electrobuddha, Mark McCaffer ELECTROBUDDHA have managed to navigate their way through to the regiona”