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2011’s Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming was a gargantuan album to add to the canon of gargantuan M83 albums. Junk is rather different, but no less thrilling. Out go the blown-out anthems and in their place, nostalgically candied pop, disco and soul gems. It bobs merrily between gloriously indulgent (“Do It, Try It”, “Go!”), gloriously silly (“Moon Crystal” sounds like a ‘70s TV theme), and deeply romantic (“For the Kids”, “Atlantique Sud” and "Sunday Night 1987”). “Solitude”, meanwhile, is gorgeous, cinematic and blessed with a spellbinding keytar solo. It’s that sort of album.

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Well, it's over. I said goodbye to M83 today.

Too bad, I've loved them going all the way back to Dead Cities, but he's definitely lost his way. It's a sad day for M83 fans. Time to move on.

Totally different, but artists have to evolve.

When I first heard “Do It, Try It” I was dumbfounded. Where was the M83 that reminded me of my teen-angst years? I gave it another listen, and then another, and it slowly grew on me. I didn’t hear anymore of the songs until I saw M83 live on the day of the album’s release. So, my introduction to most of these songs were in a live, highly charged environment. Since then, I have had this album on repeat, and can’t get enough of it.

A lot of these song’s transport me back to the 70’s & 80’s. Everybody wants a repeat of Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming? Why would AG do the same thing? He already did that style of music, and it was a double album! Look at the great artists in the past, they changed it up, they evolved. Was every album great? No, artists put out good & not so good work, and varying degrees in between. If you don’t like this album, fine, but don’t say that AG has lost it, he’s exploring.

If I have one complaint about this album, it’s the fact that it seems disjointed. It doesn’t flow in one complete theme/style like previous albums. So as a whole, it’s not a good ‘album’ in my opinion. But when you listen to the songs and judge them singularly, I think it’s a great compilation. Maybe that’s just the new, digital, single-oriented world of music we live in now.


This isn't exactly what I expect from M83. It's all a jumble of weird songs/ sounds, completely off from what M83 used to sound like.


Formed: 2001 in Antibes, France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In 2003, Frenchmen Anthony Gonzalez and Nicolas Fromageau enjoyed international acclaim for the album Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts, a luscious blend of shoegaze aesthetics, ambient pop, and progressive textures. But M83 had been releasing material for several years, having issued their self-titled debut through the tiny but taste-making French label Gooom in 2001. The success of Dead Cities, Red Seas brought attention not only to M83, but also to the Gooom label, which helped fuel the popularity...
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Junk, M83
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Apr 08, 2016

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