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This song is pure upbeat happy bouncy joy. It makes you want to SKIP and JUMP until you’re sick from a mixture of excitement and cheap vodka. Try not to…

If The Strokes made the rock’n’roll ideal real again, and The Rapture reinvented dancing as an alt-imperative, it was the holy triptych of chart-botherers Klaxons, MGMT and Passion Pit who…

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When Passion Pit’s ‘Take A Walk’ landed a couple of months ago, its recession-based lyrics and familiar-sounding synths weren’t the explosive comeback we’d been expecting from the band’s first track…

Striving to straddle the peak of the electro-pop mountain now that La Roux is lost down some rocky crevice, the Pit return with a bright synth blast heralding their “expansive”…

The return of Passion Pit, three years after 2009’s ‘Manners’, finds them in a weird position. Their melding of twee indie sentiments with playful electronics been co-opted by every band…

Taking the stage in Germany during the final show of their European tour and the dying days of 2009, Passion Pit’s synths still sound fresh. In a year blighted by…

You’ve got to hand it to Michael Angelakos’ band of beardy Bostonians. They’ve succeeded in engineering the kind of breezy electronic pop that is so definitively 2009 you wonder how…

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So, you’re a Neanderthal man, you’ve forgotten Valentine’s Day, your girlfriend is pissed off with you and you’ve got no way of remedying the situation unless you come up with…

Facts about this album: Passion Pit first came to fame in Boston after passing out copies of ‘Chunk Of Change’, initially a belated Valentines’ gift to friends and acquaintances.…

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