Take the passionate soul singing divas of the last couple of decades and mix it up with sprawling FX-saturated rock from the early 1990's and it's just possible the result might be Marshall Star. The whole project is masterminded by a mysterious multi-instrumentalist named CP who probably has a large shoegazing record collection and Mandy Sharp; a woman blessed with a huge voice that would normally be found on R&B records. Indeed, there's shades of A.R. Kane's cavernous dreampop on many of the tracks featured on 'Uncontrollable', with production values which belie the low key independent release. 'Never Met A Man' is underpinned by a pounding drum machine making it ideal as a club anthem whilst 'Love Is All' is reverberating electro-pop of the highest order. Yet it's the sonic depth to 'Wish I' and 'Fallen Angel' which point to this being a fine album rather than just a couple of excellent singles. Just as artists should do, Marshall Star challenge the popular misconceptions of mixing music styles and the results are as invigorating as they are inventive.