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New sounds.....are good

I suppose its a good and bad thing the album got leaked, good because its released earlier, bad because a lot of people wont buy it. But they really should. Crystal Castles as most bands do have matured, and there sounds have changed. The difference is that most bands do it dreadfully, but not crystal castles. This album really is a true benchmark for electronic music, and moves away from chaotic gameboy noises. It is different from there first, but should not be compared. This is truly beautiful music that plays with your emotions and leaves you begging for more, Suffocation, Baptism, and Celestica are true stand out tracks. This is one of the best albums i have heard in a long time.

Lo-Fi in electronic form!

"Doe Deer" is such an intense minute and a half, the pace of the kick hollowing your speakers while the white noise confuses your ears as to wether it should sound like a mess....& my God does it!

And so it should! :-P

Take me now

Furious 8-bit euphoria. Sounds slightly less glitchy than the first album and a little more mellow but retains the same ' water spilt on a SNES sound' .

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fusing low-res electronic noise and pop hooks so effortlessly that it can seem accidental, Crystal Castles began as producer/multi-instrumentalist Ethan Kath's solo project in late 2003. Kath got the moniker from the name of She-Ra's dwelling in the He-Man and Masters of the Universe cartoon series; it's also the name of a 1983 Atari video game, which is oddly appropriate, considering that one component of the band's distinctive sound comes from a keyboard modified with an Atari 5200 sound chip....
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