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Mirror Mirror return with new album 'Interiors', the follow-up to 2009′s 'The Society For The Advancement Of Inflammatory Consciousness'. This LP is split into two parts, reflecting the duo's intentions to mix things up a bit. The A-side is made up of songs accompanied by programmed beats created by David Riley and Ryan Lucero and produced by contemporary studio luminary Chris Coady (Gang Gang, Beach House, YYYs, Zola Jesus). Flip it and they switch to live beats courtesy of Josh da Costa (Regal Degal). Side A's programming is very naturalist, much like an acoustic drum kit (they've got accents and ghost beats and all that business) so the difference isn't massively different. Office lads are shouting out Peter Gabriel but I'm not really hearing that. There's definitely a mid-'80s electro/new romantic/pomp rock vibe in its choice of sounds and instrumentation but they also hint industrial, beat driven influences. The addition of live drums on side B suits the group but again, it doesn't make a massive difference to the dynamic of the band. Nice stuff if you like that considered and quite serious sounding high drama indie pop vibe. Sounds like TV On The Radio pretty much. The selling point for me is definitely the reflective inner sleeve. Well shiny.
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