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Originally featuring former members of Blood Brothers and Pretty Girls Make Graves Jaguar Love have since slimmed down to a Blood Brothers duo that have forsaken guitar rock to make a dazzling electric pop that isn’t shy about trouncing the dance floor in search of the perfect pop hook. Hologram Jams is Jaguar Love’s second album and it’s a fresh, direct dive into the electronic disco universe. “I Started a Fire” kicks up a falsetto-led dust storm with synth riffs sliding out of control. “Polaroids and Red Wine” begins with a tentative hum before exploding into a delirious run through the synthetic jungle. Singer Johnny Whitney aims to provoke and annoy, using his vocals to harass these tunes. “Cherry Soda” maniacally shuffles with bouncy beats and vocal-effect overload until the entire song warps into a surrealistic dream. “Everything is Awesome” is a fast-talking piece of positive apocalypse: the keyboards bounce off the speakers like missiles in a video game. “Evaline” slows things for what is nearly a reflective moment, while “Piece of My Heart,” best known to rock audiences as by Janis Joplin, has become an electronic buzzsaw.

Customer Reviews

Not for the blood brothers fans, but...

This album isn't terrible, especially if you're into generic synth pop indie hip stuff. It certainly contains nothing that made the blood brothers so deep and courageous. Frankly, this is not my cup of tea, but I can see why some people would/could like it. It's much better than 99% of music coming out today, I'll definitely give it that.

Exceptional Album compared to the first.

The First Jaguar love album was hard to listen to at certain points, it straddled the lines between indie rock and dance music. With their former drummer Jay Clark departing, they went out and and purged the indie rock noise, and added far more synthesizers.
This album bleeds catchyness even with the slower songs while not as captivating as the more upbeat tracks, they're still good.
The only issue with the new sound is that they still need to strike a fine line between annoyingly repetitive and catchy. Some songs suffer from having a similar enough drum beat. (yeah it's a drum machine, but they need to program outside the usual sound heard on a select few songs.
Regardless the best tracks on here are: I started a Fire, Polaroids and Red Wine, Cherry Soda, Jaguar Warriors, and Evaline.

Yes! Jaguar Love is Back!

This album is a giant step up from their last one Take Me to the Sea, not that I didn't like their first album. This one just blew my mind. Jaguar Love carries on where The Blood Brothers (RIP) left off.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Consisting of vocalist/pianist Johnny Whitney and guitarist/bassist Cody Votolato from the Blood Brothers along with keyboardist/bassist/drummer Jay Clark from Pretty Girls Make Graves, Jaguar Love are a West Coast indie rock trio that hopped on the fast lane to success in the summer of 2007. Votolato and Clark were neighbors in Seattle and became friends when the Blood Brothers and Pretty Girls Make Graves toured together. When talk of forming a new band was introduced, the two made a move to Portland...
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