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How obsessed were Cut Copy with soaring '80s synth-pop? Put it this way: the sax solo on “Hearts on Fire” might as well be pulled from an ABC radio hit. Vocalist Dan Whitford, a former DJ, nails the detached bon vivant persona, singing of the pleasures and perils of nightlife as swirling synths prop up the band's epic hooks. "Lights & Music" is a kaleidoscopic banger—it builds to a euphoric crescendo designed to blow up the dance floor.

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not a ghost, but most certainly colourful

in ghost colours.. this album is definatly not a ghost of anything, if anything it is more colour- vibrant and full of life. Its like a start to a whole new side of cut copy. Sad to say, and I cant even believe im saying this, but this album seems to be getting into the 'dance' genre with songs like lights & music and hearts on fire. But, yes there is a but, these cut copy songs are still alternate, just like they been for ages. anyways, enough chit chat, I love the album (and all previous), in ghost colours has to be my favourite of all though. I was going to say consider buying it, but you shouldnt consider, just buy it =] happy listening to all those lucky and smart enough to have bought the album danii .x

Incredible Colours

One of the best albums thus far of the year; a vast improvement from their brilliant debut "Bright Like Neon Love," this is an fierce sophomore effort from one of Australia's best electro outfits. "Far Away" needs to be a single, and that saxophone on "Hearts On Fire" is E.P.I.C.

Cut Copy Rocks!!!

In Ghost Colours announces itself, calmly but majestically, with a wash of hazy voices and fluttering keyboards giving way to crystal-clear acoustic strums, languid indie pop vocals, a sturdy dance-rock groove, pulsating electro-disco synths, swirling Caribou-style psychedelics, and an ethereal, vocoded chorus melody. Squeezing all of that into one song -- the effervescent "Feel the Love" -- is an ambitious move: in most hands it would come out sounding like a bewildering mess, or at least a hammy, hyperactive pastiche, but Cut Copy manage to keep it light, breezy, and utterly ebullient. Even more impressive is that they're able to replicate the trick repeatedly across this remarkably assured sophomore album. Colours boasts at least a half-dozen potential summer anthems for dancefloors and headphones alike, seamlessly strung together with subdued interstitial mood pieces that help make it more of a nuanced work than a straightforward collection of relentlessly upbeat dance jams. Undeniably, though, the dance jams are at the throbbing heart of the album, from the unstoppably glittery opening trio (leading up to the anthemic slow-burn disco of single "Lights and Music") to the rough-edged rock drive of "So Haunted" to the pure synth pop bliss of "Far Away." Indeed, this is in many ways a perfect summation of the dynamic, multifaceted, hipster-associated independent dance music of the 2000s, a motley interweaving of pop, rock, and electronic dance elements into a kaleidoscopic array of interconnected styles, some strands of which have been summarily, imprecisely tagged ("disco-punk," "electro-house," "new rave,") but which as a whole remain resolutely, gloriously nebulous and undefined.


Formed: Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Australian indie electronic group Cut Copy take many of their cues from contemporaries like Air, Daft Punk, and LCD Soundsystem, but with a distinctly pop sensibility that draws on classic AM radio pop singles from the 1970s and '80s, with elements of vintage disco and synth pop that appeal to song-based listeners as well as to club kidz. Cut Copy started in 2001 as a solo project by songwriter, producer, and DJ Dan Whitford, who released the single 1981 and the EP I Thought of Numbers before drafting...
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