Grace Blamire and Lewis Norvid's Transfigure experiment is perfectly fit for Bordello A Parigi's imperceptible aesthetic, a catalogue filled with sublime u-turns and musical cul-de-sacs. After a series of debut EPs, this is the duo's first album to date, and the opening "Fields" sets a magnificent tone of neo-romanticism for the rest of these seven tracks. There are hints of balearica too, but the sounds of tunes like "Translation", or the majestic "Sanity", have a lot in common with the 1980s and that inimitable synth-pop wave. Melancholic and meditative at the same time, this LP will surely please a myriad of dancers and Djs alike, all looking for that same nostalgic musical thread.
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