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By Helpful Advice TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 24, 2013
Format: Audio CD
This new and second album from Blondes, New York Brooklyn duo Zach Steinman and Sam Haar, called Swisher had brought this electronic techno group more to the dance mainstream scene, a little further from hardcore techno scene to which they aspired with their first album released last year.

The album consists of nine songs that possess some sensuality, but they are all made in a purely synthetic way using synthesizers and drum machines. Blondes this time put more accents on the soft beats and accompanied them with a bit dissonant melodies in order to get new kind of innovative dance music, with some tracks stretching even to nine minutes.

The album starts with song "Aeon" that opens a path for a new Blondes' dance adventure that continues with track "Bora Bora" that is maybe the best dance song on the album featuring tropical summer theme. After next song "Andrew", the following next song will cool the listener because "Poland" has somehow icy sound. For me the "Elise" is greatest track on album that ends this album in perfect captivating style.

Swisher is good house/dance album with which Blondes moved away from hardcore and candidate their album as one of the best releases on the dance scene this year. I recommend it...
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