Saturday, January 30, 2010

Hot Hot Chip


SYNTH nerds Hot Chip's fourth album One life Stand sees them in the form of their lives.
After suffering from the curse of patchiness on still-brilliant LPs like The Warning and Made In The Dark, their latest album is their most mature, most consistent collection yet.
The group exhibit the ultimate in geek chic here - not just by donning tank tops, correctional shoes and milk-bottle glasses, but by making the building blocks of cheesy dance cooler than a frozen cucumber.
So while the killer single a la Over And Over or Ready For The Floor that made the group's name may be missing here, in its place is a killer album.

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