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Killer Eyes - EP

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Album Review

Violet Indiana's single for Killer Eyes has a pair of decent B-sides to recommend it. "Killer Eyes" itself, while quite representative of what you can find on the remainder of Roulette, doesn't work as well when it's taken out of the context of the LP. The gushing/storming chorus feels like a conclusion, and that's why it works so well as the album's closing track. "Storm" is light, feathery, and hardly there at all, but it's a nice, lulling tease. "Safe Word" has a little more energy to it, a subtle beat and plenty of Robin Guthrie's echoey guitar. The disc also includes the video for the A-side; nothing much happens outside of Siobhan de Mare primping in front of a mirror. The ladies could really use some more Guthrie, no?

Biography

Formed: 1999

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sonic wizard Robin Guthrie (ex-Cocteau Twins) and vocalist Siobhan de Mare (ex-Mono) made up the hazy dream pop of Violet Indiana. Shortly after de Mare was relieved of her Mono duties, she received a phone call from Guthrie, asking her if she'd like to work with him. Unfamiliar with Guthrie's cult status, she asked her sister about him and decided to take him up on the offer. In late 2000, the duo released the Choke EP on Bella Union, the label run by Guthrie and former Cocteau mate Simon Raymonde....
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