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Beneath the surface, the band has used its infectious music and detailed storytelling to explore some much darker concepts. It’s a captivating album that deserves closer inspection.
Crystal Fighters’ music may not necessarily challenge listeners, but it certainly is creative and flippantly gratifying.
The surf-rock feel Beaches have created is infectious and really draws you in. It’s all too easy to get lost in the psychedelic, dreamy ambience She Beats creates.
Bankrupt is Phoenix’s most polished release to date.
It makes for a refreshing break from all the over-produced electronica that seems to be dominating the airways of late.
The lyrics are simplistic and at times, a little repetitive, yet they avoid crossing the perilous line from catchy to mundane.
It’s proof the band can consistently write great music and are here to stay (if anyone needed it).
Wondrous Bughouse is an interesting listen, becoming more so once the inspiration behind it is understood. It is an unnerving insight into the darker side of the human mind.
Songs For Imaginative People is another light-hearted indie-rock album from Darwin Deez.
It’s the kind of album that makes you feel as though you’re familiar with all the tracks instantly.