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Montreal synth pop vets Stars recorded No One Is Lost above a nightclub and were determined to compete with the bass coming through the floors. Hence the vibrant disco chorus of the lead track, "From the Night," which sets the tone. The band's seventh studio album is about pre-dawn abandon: "Keep Coming Up" has a slippery bass groove and shiny synths, and "What Is to Be Done" contrasts pensive pianos with a pulsing beat. While "Trap Door," one of the more impassioned tracks here, critiques the "kids in the VIP," the unhinged closer, "No One Is Lost," sure makes it sound fun to be one of them.

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put your hand up!

Stars rides the line between the tragedy of an individual's inevitable mortality (meaninglessness) and the full fourishing joy of the same individual's experience of life (meaning). So. So. Good.

Subtle and perfect

Transcendent pop and alternative - everything Stars does is refined and still sincere. And still, too, the music remains musical - verse construction in a balanced tension with melody rhythm. There is nothing extraneous.

No Better Place

Then listening to this album.


Formed: 2001 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sharing a fondness for sophisticated soul and pop artists like the Smiths, New Order, and Marvin Gaye, vocalist Torquil Campbell and keyboardist Chris Seligman formed Stars in Toronto. Along with friends Evan Cranley (also of Big Rude Jake) and Amy Millan (who contributed to the soundtrack for the film Drowning Mona), the band relocated to New York City before returning to Canada, this time settling in Montreal. Their debut full-length, Nightsongs, was released in early 2001 on Le Grand Magistery,...
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