19 March 2012

TWENTY TWOO WORD REVIEWS: 35

THE PHENOMENAL HANDCLAP BAND - "THE RIGHT ONE"



This offering from the New-Yorkers delves into mysterious synth shadows and ghostly vocals which weave between jaunty beats and psychedelic hooting choruses.




MEG MYERS - "ADELAIDE"




With watery keys cascading over sultry vocal layouts infused with raw femininity and emotion, the American creates greyscale reflections of darkened indie-pop.





GEMINI CLUB - "BY SURPRISE"





With morose keying soaring into astrological electro sparkle-waves and placid monotone vocals leading to perky choruses, the three Chicagoans dexterously perfect astral-charm-pop.





SAVAGES - "CITY'S FALL"



Compelling siren vocals drip intoxicating noir acid into the rambunctious smattering of grinding guitars and hypnotic beats. London alternative indie has returned.




MNDR - "#1 IN HEAVEN"



This delightfully pop-savvy number has a suave Manhattan nature; bubbly, breezy and welcoming. With bopping beats, razored vocals and bleeping solar synths.



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