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Album Review

Only eight months after their self-titled record, S********r kept the iron hot by quickly releasing an eight-song stopgap EP. Short, sweet, and as unapologetically campy as their first, Jupiter finds the group continuing its mission to make indie boys and girls dance unabashedly to synthesized beats. It's essentially a "second verse, same as the first" take on the breezy electro-pop ditties of their debut. The tacked-on remix of "Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second" from the first album is pretty indicative that this is an album of supplementary songs, rather than a step forward. If there's a change at all here, it's that there's more vocoder on board, the songs are slightly more uptempo, and S********r's influences are more obvious this time around. Musically and thematically, "Boy Toy" doesn't seem too far off from Air's "Sexy Boy," "Dance Face 2000" is loosely based on Crystal Castles' "Crimewave," and anyone familiar with singer Josh Hodges' other project Sexton Blake and his subsidiary '80s cover record Plays the Hits won't be surprised by the synth update of Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun." These tunes aren't meant to be taken seriously. They're meant to get hipster feet moving, and the groovy "Biggie Smalls" and "Bed-Stuy (Super Cop)" are slick (and ironic) enough to do just that.

Customer Reviews

in my lungs



These guys are totally amazing and need to be appreciated. At the same time though, I don't want to tell anyone about them because they are so great and I want to keep them an awesome secret! Buy the whole thing, they have and amazing sound that is totally worth hearing!!!!

Five Stars

Fantastic! I'd say better than their first album, which was amazing. Best dance music and you can't help but smile during most of their songs. Just happy, fun music! What else can you ask for?


Formed: 2007 in Portland, OR

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Starting out under the head-turning moniker Starfucker, STRFKR are an indie pop/indie electro band comprised of Sexton Blake's Josh Hodges, Junkface's Ryan Bjornstad, and Mr. Fredrick's Shawn Glassford. After chief songwriter Hodges returned to Portland, Oregon following a four-year stint in New York City, he released two Sexton Blake records on Expunged, including Plays the Hits, a breezy but glum lo-fi album of '80s covers. Looking to convert his musical endeavors into a more lighthearted project,...
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