Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Alternative pop, with bits of ethereal/ectronica thrown in.
Most recent release, Speed of Life [part 2] (2002)
An upbeat Portishead or a toned-down Joydrop? They're much more pop than either of these groups, but some of their songs have the same general feel. (email@example.com)
I had high hopes at the beginning of the first song and even gave the whole thing two or three listens, but I finally decided that this is one of those has-potential-but-doesn't-do-it-for-me groups. Some songs have a bit of a Portishead/Joydrop-ish feel, though strangely, one song also brought to mind an Erasure song. The lead singer has a nice, smooth voice, and I really like a couple of the songs, but overall the music lacks the little "something" it would need to stand out for me. That said, I could see someone really liking this group. And I might have been a bit biased because the sampler disc I have kept skipping in my player...anyway, they're worth checking out. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
All we've heard so far is a demo which has songs from both Archangel and Star.
Thanks to Emily Perkins for work on this entry.
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