On her third album, the former Nickelodeon star sheds the cute popstar image, adopting a message of empowerment that rings true
Orgy : Blue Monday
...a grotesque abortion of a once proud tune.
a suitably tortured and gothic fashion. And then added guitars and some scary make-up, just to hasten it up the Stateside charts. So, sadly, it falls to me to inform you that there's to be no remake of OMD's classic 'Tesla Girls' or Depeche Mode's seminal 'People Are People' from the US cybergoth community; just a grotesque abortion of a once proud tune. Which, to Orgy, might well sound like high praise indeed. It isn't.
A smarter and more mature film than the first Bad Neighbours, albeit one that still loves a good dick joke
A satisfying return to Verve form that’s also a churning maelstrom of death, riots, revolution, terrorism and two-faced politicians
Oscar Scheller’s been compared to Blur and Elastica, and that sounds about right
Medium-sized guests and the vibey sounds of tropical house combine on an album that's not quite euphoric