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Poliça’s unconventional lineup of vocals, bass, and two drum kits pushes their cool synth-pop into unique territory. Lead singer Channy Leaneagh uses strange effects to couch her intimate lyrics, and Ryan Olson treats the Minneapolis band’s live instrumentation as source material for his moody electronic production. On “Summer Please,” Leaneagh pitches her voice down to a mournful wail, while her hurt croon turns “Lately” into a warped ballad. But there’s lightness, too, with both “Someway” and “Lime Habit” lending a breezier pop spirit.

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An introspective departure

United Crushers is the most personal, and therefore, introspective album POLICA has made. The lack of its signature heavy beats may disappoint those stuck in the same groove. But the truth is that this is a brave, adventurous album, with the band opening up about their personal fears - a sign of a band reaching maturity. Follow them; you won't be sorry.

Better than expected.

I have their previous album, and frankly, really enjoyed it. However, I didn't care for about 1/3 of the tracks. As for United Crushers, I at least "like" every song... And can say that I love at least half of the album. It doesn't sound like much, but I'm being realistic -- most albums from most bands are likable, but not completely lovable. Polica's, United Crushers, is almost as good as it can get.

I feel like this album is more mature and unique in the fact they experiment with different sounds and end up successful.

Polica: United Crushers, Daughter: Not to Disappear, and Chairlift: Moth might the best albums of 2016!

Love It

Lime Habit is a great song. Looking forward to the full album release.


Formed: 2011 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

An offshoot of Minneapolis, Minnesota's prolific Gayngs collective, electro-pop outfit Poliça features singer Channy Leaneagh and producer Ryan Olson as its core members. Leaneagh's vocal prowess was well-known around town, and Olson asked her to join Gayngs as a touring member. The pair began collaborating on their own music in June 2011, putting Leaneagh's versatile voice (she'd previously fronted the folk-rock band Roma di Luna with her former husband, Alexei Moon Casselle) in Olson's smooth electronic...
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