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No Joy

"Lunar Phobia"

February 19, 2013 Mexican Summer
MEX153

No Joy’s “Lunar Phobia,” the lead-off single from their second album Wait To Pleasure, finds singer-guitarist Jasamine White-Gluz’s ethereal vocal harmonies prismatically split in the studio environment, with syncopated and chopped-up rhythms last heard in the final days of Siouxsie and the Banshees, or in Alan Moulder’s work with groups of yore like Curve, a seamless blend of digital tricks and analog guitar crunch.

 

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No Joy’s “Lunar Phobia,” the lead-off single from their second album Wait To Pleasure, finds singer-guitarist Jasamine White-Gluz’s ethereal vocal harmonies prismatically split in the studio environment, with syncopated and chopped-up rhythms last heard in the final days of Siouxsie and the Banshees, or in Alan Moulder’s work with groups of yore like Curve, a seamless blend of digital tricks and analog guitar crunch.

 

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