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Album Review

It's quite appropriate that English dance trio Dario G should name its debut Sunmachine; bright beats and shining grooves grace the album like rays of light breaking a long darkness. Heavy on samples and even heavier on peace-and-love idealism, Sunmachine is electronic dance music swathed in a neon pop-colored smiley face. But it's all about studio tricks with Dario G; after an hour of this thematic journey (all the songs are tied together, and the climatic, ten-minute album closer wraps it all up in a winding, spinning kaleidoscope), it all begins to sound the same...and quite pointless. Still, the club hit, "Sunchyme" —with the Dream Academy's "Life in a Northern Town" as its anchor— is a potent gust of aural illumination.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

With a knack for transforming classic pop songs into modern dance anthems, production trio Dario G enjoyed chart success across Europe in the late '90s. Named after Crewe Alexandra's long-serving manager, original members Paul Spencer and Scott Rosser met during 1989 at college in Manchester, where they were both studying pop music and recording. After graduating, the pair set up a small studio at Paul's Cheshire home and began recording and releasing songs under various names through their own label....
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