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Album Review

Breathe Carolina's third album Hell Is What You Make It finds the duo of Kyle Even and David Schmitt refining their amalgamation of sounds into something both slicker and more powerful than past efforts. On their first two albums, they built an impressively jury-rigged sound made up of electronic, dancefloor-friendly beats, crunching guitars, squiggly synths, and Auto-Tuned angst. To this they added pleasingly wispy vocals (which are drowned out by cartoon scream shouting at comically inopportune times) and songs that touched the usual emo places but also conjured up the ghost of the Archies and other bubblegum giants. Here they sound even more like the Day-glo descendants of '70s AM radio as programmed by the spawn of Daft Punk and Jimmy Eat World. Churning out huge choruses and crooning through sad love songs like puppy dogs, and even treading dangerously close to emo-fied boy band territory on the gloriously cheesy “Last Night (Vegas),” the whole record is filled with songs that you’ll be sure to hear booming out of Hot Topics all summer long. Real, sad emo kids will shun this like sunshine and anyone fooled into thinking there is any punk rock promised will be horrified, but anyone who wants a fairly mindless, completely sugar-coated pop thrill could do much worse.

Customer Reviews

One of the best!

I love Breathe Carolina and this is one of my favourite albums. Unlike some of their 'fans' I'm happy they're getting commercial success because I think it's about time there was some good alternative music in the uk charts. I also think it's great to have some music that isn't completely fulled by the R&B/ Urban music scene.

BC for life

I'm a completly obsessed BC fan and I love how all of thier albums change x however Im not so fond of thier new chart success and blackout is an amazing song but I think too much of the hype went onto it so lots of fake people who say they love BC only know that song that's annoys me xx anyway AMAZING ALBUM BOYS LOVE U LILE CRAZY <3 xxxx muwah* xx
-soph x


This is TOTALLY up my street. Finally, after waiting for so long, I have found a band that I have fallen completely in LOVE with. I bought Blackout, then went to search them more, I'm so sad that I hadn't discovered them sooner.
Amazing music, the best I've heard, like, ever to be honest.


Formed: 2006 in Denver, CO

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The multi-faceted, Colorado-based EDM/post-hardcore/electro-pop unit Breathe Carolina was founded in 2006 by Kyle Even and David Schmitt. The Denver group's blend of synth-based beats and melodic screaming first appeared on the public radar in 2007 with the self-released Gossip EP. It was followed in 2008 by the band's first full-length for Rise Records, It's Classy, Not Classic, which featured all of the tracks that appeared on Gossip with six additional new songs. Hello Fascination was released...
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Hell Is What You Make It, Breathe Carolina
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: 06 April 2012

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