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Album Review

On Continuity, Wedlock's regular explorations into a revamped synth pop world for the 21st century continue in engaging fashion. If anything, there's a knowledge of how things can go in complete cycles — when Paul Allgood sings "I'll rather die that give you control" on "Emotional Ghost," it's an obvious reference to Nine Inch Nails, but where Trent Reznor amped up Depeche Mode's emotional violence to loud-as-hell levels, Wedlock returns to a calmer gentility here and elsewhere. Songs like "Big Mistake," being almost a peppy jazz-pop number more than anything else, right down to the prominent piano, and the opening "Blameless?," starting the album on a slower, moody, and somewhat threatening tip, show that it's perfectly easy to let understated arrangements still hit plenty hard even after everything else that's happened in the general field. More immediate songs like "Addition by Subtraction" and "Witnesses" add a bit of aggressive snarl to things, but always in controlled fashion, while "World Machine (Universal)" nods a bit toward dancehall and "Queen for a Day" has a bit of recent R&B moves about it in turn, something engagingly slinky. Meanwhile, "Easy Weekend?" rocks the synth guitar as well as layered vocals on the break, a nicely done effort.

Customer Reviews

Solid Material

I like this record because it sounds like they really sat down in the studio and did it together over a sustained period of recording time.I like the topics they write about-"Addition By Subtraction" and "Witnesses" are my favorites; "World Machine" is pretty good too.Glad I bought it.

This album is a good listen.

I am not terribly original, but I am a fan of this band, and liked what Music Emissions said about this record, 4/5:
"Continuity may well turn out to be be a career-defining record for Wedlock, and not just because of Indie Band Of The Year 2009.This work seems more flowing, smoother, and more swaying than the others-probably due to them being actually able to sit down and write....."
I bought this right when it came out, it didn't matter if they wrote that or not.I am glad they did-'cos I like this band.....


You cannot fool me; as I know there are some people out there who bought this just like I did, even if not in public.I just happen to dig their stuff, and now I don't feel so guilty about not posting earlier. This last effort was smooth yet exciting in some places, and the beats pump. I liked many of the lyrical themes too.Well worth it for mine.


Formed: 2004 in Richmond, VA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Wedlock (known as 105 Deckowls outside North America) is an electro-pop act revolving around singer/songwriter and founding member Paul Allgood. Allgood and programmer Jeff Hathaway started the band in 2004 in Virginia, releasing 2 EPs (Matrimony and Cuts Both Ways) before Allgood relocated to North Carolina. There, Allgood began a new incarnation of Wedlock with keyboardist Jonathan Kidder, bassist Kirk Bryson, and a series of drummers. Their debut full-length, Exogamy, appeared in 2008 but took...
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