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Former Vivian Girls and Dum Dum Girls member Frankie Rose builds on the retro push of her solo debut, Interstellar, with a further exploration of what Brill Building girl-group pop sounds like when mixed up with ‘80s dance and synth textures. What would Ronnie Spector sound like fronting New Order? Somber, life-questioning lyrics occasionally poke out from the festive wall of sound, and there’s a not-so-gleeful sense to these well-constructed pop songs that brings depth to a song appropriately titled “The Depths.” In fact, “Sorrow” and “Into Blue” work a fascinating line of tension that in another era would’ve guaranteed alternative-hit status at college radio stations everywhere. Coproducer Michael Cheever assists Rose in developing the experimental-orchestral piece “Cliffs as High” and the modulating synth magic of “Minor Times.” The cover of The Damned’s “Street of Dreams” is a perfect recasting of goth magic with Rose’s female vocals altering the tenor of the song into a dreamlike state.

Customer Reviews

Perfectly blissful dream-pop

"Into Blue" alone is worth the price of admission for this album. Listen to it, and then try not to hum it in your head all day.

Pop Perfection

Into dream pop? This album is for you.
Into synth pop? This album is for you.
Into getting swept away by blissful melodies? This Album is for you.
Into the Cure, New Order, Smiths? This album is for you.
Into DIIV, Twin Shadow, Wild Nothing? This album is for you.

Long story short…into perfect pop? This album is for you.

Love it...

…she's very unique and this album is great but why in every review I read does nobody ever mention Strawberry Switchblade? I think I even read a review that mention/compared her to The Bangles and Kim Wilde. I like both but, WHAT? Seriously?! Frankie sounds VERY much like Rose McDowall of SS. Would love to know if she considers them an influence. She must. If you're not familiar with them, check them out here on iTunes and listen to demos and other tracks on the web.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After putting in time with Vivian Girls (serving as the band's drummer and writing "Where Do You Run To," a highlight of their first album), Crystal Stilts, and the Dum Dum Girls, Brooklyn-based noise pop drummer/vocalist Frankie Rose decided to work on her own material -- a series of luminous, reverb-slicked indie pop tunes influenced by Talulah Gosh, Black Tambourine, and My Bloody Valentine. Rose released a solo single, "Thee Only One," on Slumberland Records in 2009, and teamed up with bassist...
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