Sunday July 5, 2020

Goldfrapp: Seventh Tree (Mute)

Goldfrapp’s heavily-hyped last album, Supernature, was one of those where the reviews were written in advance. Though it was acclaimed as a fearsomely modernist hybrid of precision-tooled synth pop and raucous glam rock, at least half of it resembled

23rd February, 2008

Goldfrapp’s heavily-hyped last album, Supernature, was one of those where the reviews were written in advance. Though it was acclaimed as a fearsomely modernist hybrid of precision-tooled synth pop and raucous glam rock, at least half of it resembled a cover version of Alvin Stardust’s My Coo Ca Choo.

Seventh Tree, however, shows that Alison Goldfrapp is not content to creatively repeat herself over and over again. It’s a swirling, hazy...

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