24 February 2012

TWENTY TWOO WORD REVIEWS: 28

SPECTOR - "CHEVY THUNDER"



A rambunctious clattering of indie guitar twangs and synths culminate into a fifties style mod explosion dripping infectious beats and hooky vocals.




LABRINTH - "LAST TIME"



Shuffling towards commerciality, this track whips together bumbling electro beats with galactic vocoding and en-vogue Mediterraneano dance beats; a surefire club favourite.




LABYRINTH EAR - "HUMBLE BONES"



Emerging London act who splice maniacal electro vibrations, airy panpipes, vortex synth channels and serene vocals into a alt-electro beat happy production.




TRAIN - "DRIVE BY"



This track harks Americano-frat-country rock traits. Simplistic lyrics, bronzed guitar plucks and stompy beats create a warm chorus for San Francisco's finest.




THE SPECIAL K'S - "EVIL WOMAN"



The Brightonians blend frenetic electro synth jabs over a bedazzling bass-phillic beat. The hauntingly light vocals create a dynamic equilibrium; very Delphic-Friendly-Fires-esque.



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