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(10 tx CD/Vinyl, Requiem Pour Un Twister rec 2015)

 | pall youhideme
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Released on May 2015, Future is Yann Canévet's side-project, already known in the shoegaze French niche for his other bands, Venera 4 and Maria False.
Differently, here, Future trio feeds rancid post-punk tunes with synths' sick sound, bass/vocals, fierce guitars and a killer-kick drum-machine, ready for the alternative discotheque. 
First full-length record after an EP in 2013, somehow in debt with that successful formula adopted by A Place To Bury Strangers, I mean, that making a big goth-tinted fuzzed-out noise with The Jesus & Mary Chain (listen here Colors), still, they handle a genuine skill for writing some highly addictive pieces, like the album's title track, and so do with Feel Like I Do, and Prisms (this would make the day for shoegazers). Alternative music DJs can hardly get wrong with picking any of these songs.
The tracklist plays smoothly indeed. Fast and mid-tempos galore, sometimes on the coldwave shores, and.. wait.., am I the only who thinks Again sounds exactly like Madonna's Hung Up? Anyway, they are able of such pop hooks.
Definitely worth of more and more listens.

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