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Metronomy: Metronomy Forever (Caroline International)
The follow-up to 2016’s Summer ’08 sees Metronomy main man Joseph Mount collecting a whopping 17 tracks together. He wanted it to sound not like one album by one band, but more like listening to the radio, with a cross-section of sounds and styles issuing from the speakers – and he has almost succeeded. Mount and his merry men wiggle through bass-driven electro (Whitsand Bay), catchy indie pop...
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