No use debating it, this sound doesn’t age. If anything, it’s gaining in worth as the Scottish duo is far from anything else that’s being done with vintage synths. Yes, nostalgia is in the contract, but it’s only a side effect. These arctic nursery rhymes resonate like messages from another dimension. On this fourth album, they took a post-apocalyptic turn. “Gemini,” an overture in the form of a phantom radio transmission, sets the tone. We almost forget that, under the purr and the magnetic drive, there are rap tracks.
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