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Album Review

Soulwax's US debut album Much Against Everyone's Advice mixes rock and electronica on songs like "Too Many DJs," "When Logics Die" and "Overweight Karate Kid." The Belgian group's mix of loops, guitars, strings and dance-inspired rhythms is fresh and appealing, and Much Against Everyone's Advice - Soulwax's third album overall - is their finest to date.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Ghent, Belgium

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Belgian rock/electronic band Soulwax is the long-running project of brothers Stephen and David Dewaele. Along with bassist Stefaan Van Leuven and drummer Piet Dierickx, the group formed in the city of Ghent, and released their debut album, Leaving the Story Untold, in 1996. Much Against Everyone's Advice followed in 1998, after which the Dewaele Brothers began shifting their focus to their remix project 2manydjs. Loosely operating under the Soulwax umbrella, they began creating clever mash-ups that...
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