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- The Integration by LA Vampires With Maria Minerva
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On this album Maria Minerva cross-pollinates her synthy lo-fi weirdpop with LA Vampires’ distant, sun-bleached house bump for a sultry album of hazy, distant synthpop with a sinister edge. Opener ‘Integration’ is a warm, uplifting murky house drift, while the following track ‘End Of The World’ is darker with an ominous techno-inflected beat, sparse synths and heavily reverbed vocals.Over the course of the album this murky, hazy, washed out house style is the order of the day, with androgynous, deadpan vocals from Minerva. There are flashes of Ela Orleans, Alice Cohen, Laurel Halo and all that 100% Silk ‘90s-inspired house gubbins that’s been doing the rounds lately, but at the same time doesn’t exactly sound like any of those. It’s luxuriously grooving, blurred synth-house with a wistful summery feel. I like it.
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