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Liverpool’s exciting synth-pop explorers head into airy mountain vistas with their fifth album, 2011’s excellent Gravity the Seducer. Each of their releases has brought their sound to new conclusions and this one is no exception. The dark mysticism of “White Gold” alone is reason to stop and listen. Its moody swaths of synths burn like blistering light through the ice caverns, while “Ace of Hz” turns even the group’s pop moves into ethereal meditations. “Ritual” bounces onto the dancefloor with an ominous hangover. “Moon Palace” sounds like a pop tune deliberately frozen over and thawed anew. “Melting Ice” continues this theme, with a vibe that’s pure Siberia for the dancefloor. (Nothing melting here.) The group’s electro-clash Euro-disco is a powerful weapon; however, the band are hesitant to go for an easy score. “90 Degrees” moves with a haunted mood. “Aces High” uses the melody for “Ace of Hz” as an instrumental to pull the entire album together as a conceptual whole.

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This is by a long mile, the best Ladytron album to date. It is extremely listenable.
They just keep getting better and better!
Well done all!!

Chilled Ladytron..

This is more chilled than previous offerings.
I prefer the more tuneful 'Witching Hour' or the energy of 'Velocifero'.
It is still a good album in its own right.


This album feels a bit Ladytron-by-numbers. The usual Ladytron schtick is there, but for some reason this album leaves little lasting impression with me. The main problem is that the majority of the songs are not particularly memorable. "Mirage" is probably the stand out track, and a couple of the instrumentals hark back to Bowie's Berlin trilogy of albums in style. I recall reading that lead single "Ace of Hz" was a left over from the "Witching Hour" album sessions, and I can't help but think that the rest of the album might be the same, such is the lack of innovation or, indeed, overall quality of songs.


Formed: 1999 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Genre: Electronic

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

Mixing synth pop, shoegaze, and indie pop into a sound all their own, Ladytron formed in mid-1999. Keyboardists/programmers Daniel Hunt and Reuben Wu settled in Liverpool after a spate of traveling and DJ work in Japan. They began work on their first single, "He Took Her to a Movie," which was recorded for 50 pounds. With vocals by guest Lisa Eriksson, the release brought a wave of critical acclaim, which the band took advantage of with a tour throughout the continent before beginning work on their...
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