A deliberately frothy take on an under-documented moment in US politics
Album Review: Chad Valley - 'Equatorial Ultravox'
Lovely, but lacking those much needed hooks
But let’s be fair, hooks aren’t the point; immersive, incandescent and lightly trippy, ‘Equatorial Ultravox’ is undeniably lovely, and the title describes the vaguely early ’80s Mediterranean synth vibe pretty well. It’s just not exactly essential listening.
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