For those who had the pleasure of hearing it, Black Moth Super Rainbow's last album 'Falling Through A Field' represented the zenith of childhood nostalgia through the medium of music. Whilst July Skies offer sad retrospection and Boards Of Canada specialise in eerie influences, this "electronic junk band" from Pittsburgh - who freely admit to being inspired by childrens' TV programmes - deliver their tunes through big colourful filters using heavily digitised vocals and huge electronic beats. 'Start A People' is half the length of its predecessor and packs in sixteen shorter tracks, some of which have appeared before in subtler, elongated form. In these terms it's a little disappointing that some of the mystery and melancholy has been lost but on the irresistably wonky melodies featured on 'Seeeds', '1 2 3 Of Me' and 'Smile Heavy' it would be harsh to quibble. Furthermore, they sound more original now than they have ever done before.