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I don't kno what indie music is supposed to mean anymore

This should only be selling for a couple bucks, as it doesn't offer much - the entire album is full of mild dance diddies without much depth and they all sort of just wander aimlessly, with cliche lyrics and very, very old beats. The song Your Body by Gigamesh is over 30 years old, Regret by Selebrities, just a song from the 80s, in fact the majority of songs here are riding this 80s-flashback wave which has been drawn-out for the past decade and on this album it's pretty much reached its peaked. The lack of invention on this album is the most noticeable thing; $10 is a ridiculous price to pay for boring homages to old styles of music, but which is no surprise as it's Kitsune and Kitsune also sells plain white v-neck tees for $200. This label used to release mixes which were fairly interesting and worldly, but now they fully take on the apathy of a whole generation, and their promotion of such apathy and self-indulgence has peaked with this American mix which is really lame. I think this music is really just for playing in stores so customers can have something quirky to buy expensive clothes to, which would make me feel silly for thinking about it so seriously. 2 stars for Poindexter's Helpless and Giraffage's Even Though; they are 2 of the most repetitive songs on the album, but are at least more modern than the rest and fairly interesting. The bonus track is one of the worst things I've ever heard.


One of kitsune's greatest albums

Worth It Just For

Discovering St. Lucia. Incredible band.

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