April 26, 2010
Album Review: Jaguar Love - 'Hologram Jams' (Fat Possum)
A weird pop record that's humorously danceableMore on Jaguar Love
7 / 10 The Blood Brothers may be an underground delight we can only reminisce about these days, but their frequency-confusing founder Johnny Whitney and best bud Cody Votolato are still making music like their former band. ‘Hologram Jams’ is their first release since the loss of drummer (and former Pretty Girls Make Graves member) Jay Clark. And, we like the schizophrenic drum machine duo vibe a lot more. Flooded with lyrical satire and engulfed in more tunage than an air piano contest, ‘Cherry Soda’ endorses move-busting belly laughs. JL have dropped a weird pop record so humorously danceable that Ke$ha’s probably planning a collaboration as we type.
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