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The Tight Connection

I Am the World Trade Center

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Dan Geller and significant other Amy Dykes braved much hate mail and personal doubt before releasing the follow-up to 2001's "Out of the Loop." Having innocently chosen their name as a geographic reference to where they began and partially as a metaphor for their relationship, there was much doubt after September 11 as to whether they would remain I Am the World Trade Center. After smartly opting to keep the tag, their next disc makes no reference — aesthetically or otherwise — to the events surrounding the attacks. Sticking close to the synth pop-influenced material of their debut, the album sports noticeably higher fidelity (although Geller still does much of his production work on a laptop), catchier tunes, and an improved illustration of Dykes' vocals. Vocoder vocals ("The Postcard"), re-grooved funk loops ("Dancing Alone"), and nouveau tech-pop ("Believe in Me") are all effectively roped into this relatively short outing (all 11 tracks coming in at a total of just under 37 minutes). Covers such as the the Stone Roses' "Shoot You Down" and Blondie's "Call Me" are further indicators of the couple's keenly mixed affinities for both classic Brit-pop and new wave bubblegum.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1999 en Athens, GA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Taking more of a non-traditional approach to writing and producing their own songs, the New York two piece I Am the World Trade Center (named prior to 9/11) records all their samples and loops on laptop computer. On top of Amy Dykes' melodic vocals, the band gives props to St. Etienne, the Stone Roses, Fatboy Slim and Cornershop as major inspirations to their sound, all of which can be heard on their recording debut (the Christmas Two compilation, courtesy of Kindercore Records). Out of the Loop,...
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