Album Reviews

Albums by Justice, The Answer, Susan Boyle, Amira, Cass McCombs

13th November, 2011

Ten years ago, Justice's fellow Parisians Daft Punk summoned up the spirit of 1970s soft rock on their classic Discovery. Now it's difficult-second-album time for this lot too, and they've tapped into a similarly superannuated milieu. Their debut sounded like a thrash metal record being played on top-of-the-range keyboards, but Audio, Video, Disco is more like what would have resulted if Andrew Gold had had access to 2011-era equipment four decades ago.

The spangly synth...

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