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RED AXES - 1970 EP (Front Cover)
Review:

Tel Aviv-based duo Red Axes is something of a curiosity. While their history lies in the new wave/post-punk scene, since signing to Cosmo Vitelli's I'm a Cliche label they've delivered a series of heavily-electronic tracks that sit somewhere between stylized dark disco, claustrophobic house and Balearic nu-disco. This latest three-tracker continues this trend, delivering tracks that don't neatly fit into any one style. The title track is warm and melodic, featuring sweet synths and strings over a decidedly Balearic groove. "Walk Alone" is darker and chuggier, sounding not unlike a contemporary take on Nitzer Ebb after a few calming spliffs. "Josef Cookies", meanwhile, sits somewhere between ESG and A Certain Ratio - a pleasing sound indeed.

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