I've ben kinda hooked to this brief release by The Ropes (NY) in last times, Sadness Is the Rich Man's Drug, 3 piece EP. Think of tints of Blouse, Broadcast, New Order. Catchy and sensual synth/noise pop, tuneful sensibilities from 80s nostalgia. Danceable and obscure. Guitars, drum machines. Sharon Shy's vocals are haunting, firm and algid, yet, so charming. The main track is also a lovely video, somehow macabre and hypnotic. Simply perfect in its sinister vibe. Now ears and soul ready, press play (and download, nameyourprice).
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Previously, on komakino fanzine, about 'The Ropes':