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Feed Me Diamonds

by MNDR

Feed Me Diamonds by MNDR

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Feed Me Diamonds

by MNDR

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Label: Ultra Records, LLC
The '80s have been with us so long, the term doesn't so much signify a particular decade as a whole mess of roots, references and revisions, a Mobius tangle of meta to the Nth degree. MNDR's debut album would be unthinkable without Berlin and Missing Persons, but its club-pop fusion is filtered through the retro obsessions of early '00s acts like Fischerspooner and Felix da Housecat (and beefed up with contemporary dance music's considerable kick) in a way that makes it feel now, then and kinda timeless all at once. The album's too long, but "Stay" and "Blue Jean Youth" are perfect.

About This Album

The '80s have been with us so long, the term doesn't so much signify a particular decade as a whole mess of roots, references and revisions, a Mobius tangle of meta to the Nth degree. MNDR's debut album would be unthinkable without Berlin and Missing Persons, but its club-pop fusion is filtered through the retro obsessions of early '00s acts like Fischerspooner and Felix da Housecat (and beefed up with contemporary dance music's considerable kick) in a way that makes it feel now, then and kinda timeless all at once. The album's too long, but "Stay" and "Blue Jean Youth" are perfect.

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The '80s have been with us so long, the term doesn't so much signify a particular decade as a whole mess of roots, references and revisions, a Mobius tangle of meta to the Nth degree. MNDR's debut album would be unthinkable without Berlin and Missing Persons, but its club-pop fusion is filtered through the retro obsessions of early '00s acts like Fischerspooner and Felix da Housecat (and beefed up with contemporary dance music's considerable kick) in a way that makes it feel now, then and kinda timeless all at once. The album's too long, but "Stay" and "Blue Jean Youth" are perfect.