If one is good, three should be good-er. Right? Three times good-er, to be precise. That is the philosophy behind the latest release from Rodney Cromwell. The original of “The Winter Palace” is an excellent, calm and collected slice of clinical and creative synthpop, a neat blend of slightly downplayed melodies and shimmering digital delights. Cool and understated musical textures balancing the hushed his warm vocal tones.

And that is the hub of this latest EP. The spring board. The patient zero. But one of the…

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