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This is a collection of rattling, slightly lo-fi indie anthems built from a kaputting drum machine, lolloping female (& occasionally male) vocals plus hollowed-out guitar that are produced in such a way that the songs become quite infectious in their poppy simplicity. I initially disliked the single because I found the chorus a bit too derivative of the C86/Twee pop scene, like some really ann ...

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I Will Be by Dum Dum Girls
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 25 March 2010
This is a collection of rattling, slightly lo-fi indie anthems built from a kaputting drum machine, lolloping female (& occasionally male) vocals plus hollowed-out guitar that are produced in such a way that the songs become quite infectious in their poppy simplicity. I initially disliked the single because I found the chorus a bit too derivative of the C86/Twee pop scene, like some really annoying pastiche. In the context of the album it works fine and i've quite got over my negative feelings. There's some brilliantly catchy indie "classics" in the can here. It really is 1987 again. Or '77. Or '67 even!! If you find the melodies a bit familiar, I wouldn't worry too much. Nothing is new, nothing is sacred....what's the point in fussing so much? Nothing bands like Raveonettes haven't made a career out of, if it's done well.......



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