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Thursday, February 18, 2010


320 KBPS

It's now been more than 10 years that Au­ré­lia Ri­vage et Do­ro­thée Han­ne­quin (also known for their other project The Rodeo) entertain the Parisian indie lovers of their american-influenced rock music combining tension and sensuality. For this new album, their second, they went to Seattle and worked with Ryan Hadlock known for his collaborations with Blonde Red­head, The Black Heart Pro­ces­sion, Foo Figh­ters, The Gos­sip, The Strokes or Sound­gar­den. The result is a vibrant and raw album that recalls bands such as Sleater-Kinney, Sonic Youth or the Breeders. The girls sometimes slow it up a bit like on Rainy Days Smell Like Blue recalling those who've heard it the band's early demos. All in all, if not essential, this album will please the American indie rock lovers with its apt songwriting and neat musicianship.

1. Ariane's Thread
2. Rock 'n Roll High
3. Rainy Days Small Like Glue
4. Mal­colm
5. To­mor­row Is Mystery
6. The Other Me
7. Tell Everybody
8. We Trust In Love Wi­thout Your Drugs
9. Life Is Not A Test
10. Since You've Slid Into Eter­nal Slum­ber
11. On The Road

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