Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Album Review: Maria And The Mirrors - 'Travel Sex EP'
Throbbing electronica that rattles the brain
The title track is an elongated rumbling war march, splintered by discordant detritus ricocheting in the background as largely unintelligible words are repeated incessantly in a state of frenzied catatonia. And while the shrill vocals of Crystabel and Keira Fox may sound alluring on ‘Magadan ’92’, they’re just the sirens luring you to a cranium-squeezing demise.
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