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To My Boy

Yet more fluorescent adolescents to take to your Day-Glo hearts, To My Boy offer a no-nonsense electro-pop even Jim Davidson would find it hard to argue with. “What do I know of death/I’m alive”, sighs splendidly-named singer Jack Snape prior to a chorus even Dave Gahan wouldn’t sniff at. Partner in grime Sam White, meanwhile, delivers a throbbing neon-rock...

To My Boy

Eccentric Darlington duo To My Boy have a message for you that may just have saved music. The message comes in the form of a collection of bedroom Casio classics about conversations with computers and, occasionally, strays hilariously from ultra-modern synth pop into brilliantly overblown camp ’80s electro. Yes, it is slightly more obtuse than your average Razorlight album...

To My Boy

Ever so slightly silly and occasionally calling to mind nobody more than ridiculous ’80s electro-boffin Thomas Dolby, this is nevertheless excellent lo-fi electronica with a keen senseof its own absurdity and a pleasingly punishing robo-rhythm in the saucy Ladytron stylee. It seems to be a song about a man designing a model for himself on his computer, and there...