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  • mistermatcheu

    Salut, grâce à ton article sur RYM "Le shoegaze pour les nuls (et plus si affinités)" j'ai découvert plein de trucs. Merci ;)

    1 Jul 10h41 Responder
  • alin1

    The debut album of Wolf Alice titled My Love Is Cool has been recently released. In my opinion, it's a solid album.

    27 Jun 11h48 Responder
  • BluesRock997

    Oula, pas du tout! C'est pour le coup vraiment underground, ton truc! Ca doit être curieux, le mélange d'indus et de rap! ^^

    18 Fev 17h33 Responder
  • BluesRock997

    Si jamais t'as envie de conseils, n'hésite pas!

    18 Fev 17h14 Responder
  • BluesRock997

    Tu te mets au Rap US? Surprenant!

    18 Fev 17h08 Responder
  • alin1

    I can tell you that her album St. Vincent is a grower. A quirky mix of rock, electronic and pop that works. At first, I liked only 3 songs (Digital Witness, Birth in Reverse, Psychopath) but now I love all songs. Anyway, she has a pleasant voice.

    25 Jan 17h20 Responder
  • alin1

    Hi. I recommend you the self-titled album by St. Vincent (the stage name of Annie Erin Clark). It's really great. Also it was one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2014.

    25 Jan 17h03 Responder
  • Soulwav

    Cool ta petite chronique, ça m'arrive de la lire à mes heures perdues sur rym.

    24 Ago 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    Wolf Alice released few EPs and singles so far. I like also songs like Fluffy, Bros, Storms, She, Blush. // I see that you listened some Wire albums. I highly recommend you to listen also their newer albums (Send, Object 47, Red Barked Tree, Change Becomes Us). Here's my favorite Wire song, "One of Us", from Object 47: It has a perfect mix of rock and electronic that I love. Plus, it's very catchy.

    2 Ago 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    A nice, short and energetic song from a newer band, Wolf Alice:

    2 Ago 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    Thanks for recommendation. I've heard about them before, but I listened only one song of theirs. I'll check their album.

    2 Ago 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    For a mix of dance, electro, dream pop and shoegaze, check also The Naked and Famous. This is their best known song:

    31 Jul 2014 Responder
  • DarkVivi

    C'est addictif comme des bonbons ces merdes !! Mais pour le peu que j'ai écouté du reste, ça m'a l'air vachement moins bien.

    27 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    Yes, I know IO Echo. 88 scrobbles in my library so far.

    26 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    Better listen on your own (at least those 2 albums I mentioned before). Opinions are subjective: what sounds great to someone, could sound awful for someone else. Probably some serious listeners don't like them because of their Halloween-y/Gothic image/artwork and because their music is fun to listen (and quite pop)... For example I've heard of them some years ago but didn't check their music because I thought that they're a death metal band or something. Only when I read a glowing review of their latest album I decided to give them a chance. And I was very surprised: basically all their songs are at least catchy. And very well layered and produced, like this one (Horror Show):

    26 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    I know another band influenced by Curve. They're a female fronted Canadian synth-rock band named The Birthday Massacre. Weird name, I know. Their both guitarists and main songwriters are Curve fans. TBM blends synthpop with metal, industrial rock, alternative rock, and even ambient. Imagine a mix of Depeche Mode, Ladytron, Curve, Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure and Brian Eno, but with less sad elements. Their lyrics are often dark but the songs are very upbeat, very catchy, "in your face" and entertaining. Their tune Happy Birthday is probably the most similar to Curve: If you're interested, better start with these 2 albums: Walking With Strangers & Violet. // A surprising fact: Chibi (TBM's vocalist) collaborated with Dean Garcia from Curve for this amazing song, "All For You": Also Dean remixed TBM' song Red Stars.

    26 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    If you will listen the Ladytron albums in chronological order (604, Light & Magic, Witching Hour, Velocifero, Gravity the Seducer), you will definitely notice how their sound evolved. // By the way, Helen Marnie issued in 2013 a gorgeous solo album, Crystal World. // LT also produced remixes for many great artists (Dave Gahan, Blondie, Apoptygma Berzerk, Goldfrapp, Soulwax, Gang of Four, Nine Inch Nails, etc). NIN's The Beginning of the End remixed by LT sound even better than the original (and not just because they added Marnie's vocals): // The NIN's synth player (Alessandro Cortini) co-produced the albums Velocifero & Gravity the Seducer, plus the second track from Crystal World. He also did this astonishing remix of a LT tune (one of the best remixes I've ever heard): // I love the cover art of their releases.

    26 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    By the way, I'd like to thank you for this great list:

    25 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    I'm glad that you like Witching Hour. :) It's probably Ladytron's best album, but the others are great too in their own way. This band has a special sound that works beautifully. I never got tired of their style. "Ladytron's music is close to Curve, don't you think? The singer makes me think of Toni Halliday without be very similar". I agree. One of their singers (Helen Marnie) has a soft voice, a bit similar to Toni Halliday's voice. And the instrumental parts of their songs have that kind of Curve-style energy. Also I like the excellent way they mixed rock (guitars, bass, drums) with electronic (synths, samplers, drum machines). PS: The all time favorite album of Daniel Hunt (member and main producer of Ladytron) is MBV's Loveless.

    25 Jul 2014 Responder
  • alin1

    Maybe only their first 2 albums are synthpop, the other 3 are more diverse. Like Depeche Mode, they started as synthpop and evolved to something more complex and dark. Some examples: this dreampop song (Ambulances) is different than anything they've done before: This one (Beauty*2), mixes dreampop with synthpop: Some songs have some industrial influences (I'm Not Scared): Same for Fighting in Built Up Areas: A song like Whitelightgenerator it's a mix of shoegaze & dance: They also have songs with a folk vibe (Last One Standing): Ladytron have 2 female vocalists and like Curve, they seem quite ignored by mainstream media and public. I highly recommend their music, because I think it's one of the best ever made.

    29 Jun 2014 Responder
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