09 February 2012

TWENTY TWOO WORD REVIEWS: 27

ZULU WINTER - "WE SHOULD BE SWIMMING"



Placid guitar tweaks and heavenly indie synths launch this song into an ethereal realm of heavenly lightness and reflection; characteristically Friendly-Fires style.




WAR OF WORDS - "BATTLEGROUND"



The latest electro-pop helping from the UK piece together honest and candid vocals over pleasant beats and lazy instrumentals with graceful poise.




M.I.A. - "BAD GIRLS"



The provocative and controversial Brit throws out an Arabian infused medley of drunken bass beats, vociferous vocals and an empirical chorus structure.




CHRISTOPHE WILLEM - "STARLITE"



Sampling Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody" and re-worked by The Freemasons, this 'Francais-discotheque' array of glittered synths and sultry vocals is audio glamour.




RACHEL SERMANNI - "THE FOG"



Pristine folky alternativism with gentile guitars and spectral vocal ranges creates a misty collective of glacial audio peaks and shard-like sensory intrusion.



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