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Saturday, May 01, 2010

Crystal Castles - Celestica (MP3)

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Crystal Castles - Celestica

If there's such a thing as digital shoegazing, Crystal Castles are it. Their forthcoming eponymous (again) album is mindblowing. It's like M83 meets Aphex Twin (the unfortunately titled "Pap Smear", in particular, has a bridge sounding very much like Aphex Twin's "Windowlicker")

"Celestica" features some pleasant, almost discernible vocals. A periodic glitchy squeak on the left fades into the background as the waves of electro layers wash over you. If you liked their first album, I highly recommend this.

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