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2014 release, the second album from the Electronic Rock duo from Saratoga Springs, New York. Formed in 2007, Phantogram is Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards). The band name was partially inspired by an optical illusion called a phantogram, in which two-dimensional images appear to be three-dimensional. They described their sound as "street beat, psych pop". According to Josh, their music has "lots of rhythms, swirling guitars, spacey keyboards, echoes and airy vocals." Phantogram has played and toured with bands including: The xx, Ra Ra Riot, M83, Metric, Beach House, Zero 7, Yeasayer and countless others.
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  • Audio CD (February 18, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Republic
  • ASIN: B00H7MW3D6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I, like many people first discovered this amazing duo when I heard their song "Fall In Love" on satellite radio. It was such a different yet familiar and beautiful sound. The song intrigued me enough to look up the group. The female lead, Sarah Barthel has one of the sexiest voices in music today. My friend told me about their Nightlife EP and the sleeper hit from it "Don't Move" and I was even more intrigued. So I look into their debut album "Eyelid Movies" and preview their lead single from that album, "When I'm Small" which is recently becoming the theme song for Gillette fusion commercials. Then I listened to the Nightlife EP a few times and liked it, but only two songs really excited me. I decided to order their debut album to prepare me for the release of this album. I ended up loving the album so much. I was also surprised to know that the male part of the group, Josh Carter, who produces the music too, also sings very well and sometimes sing raps hauntingly. At this time the song "Bill Murray" from this album was released and I couldn't have been more excited. Now the album is finally here, and after a few listens, I can say with confidence that this is one of my favorites now. Here is a track by track review.

1. Nothing But Trouble: This song was also released prior to the albums release. I immediately compared the industrial sound of it to Nine Inch Nails but with female vocals. The vocals took some getting used to at first because I was so used to the delicious vocals from "Fall in Love". The song seriously gets better with multiple listens. A great song to add to your work out routine and for cardio. A great industrial start to the album. 9.5/10
2. Black Out Days: Another song released prior to the album.
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Phantogram could've very easily gotten lost in the massive wave of boy/girl electronic duos that made their way into our ears since 2009. They've rode the wave along with bands like The Bird and the Bee, Matt and Kim, Chairlift, and Sleigh Bells into that hip hop-inflected indie dance pop that was either catchy or grating. Fortunately for Phantogram they are blessed with the amazing voice of Sarah Barthel and the studio prowess of Josh Carter. They're unique in a sea of many interesting but not necessarily long lasting bands. Their 2009 full-length debut was a rather breathtaking album filled with rough-around-the-edges pop tracks hidden under electronic beats and at times an industrial roughness that made you think you were hearing something more than just electronic pop. Barthel's voice is what made that album so unique, while Carter's programming and studio expertise made the beats more than just cookie cutter loops run through some Pro Tools plug-in. Eyelid Movies felt organic, not processed. Four years and one e.p. later Barthel and Carter have returned with a polished piece of electro/industrial pop gold called Voices. While not as sublime and dark as it's predecessor, Voices builds on Phantogram's strengths: Sarah Barthel and those beats.

Right out of the gate "Nothing But Trouble" comes roaring out of the speakers, all studio shine and spit-polished. There's no mistaking Barthel's voice, for sure. But there's something a little stale about the beat. Nothing distinguishable from any other electronic band playing on internet radio. Mid-song Carter comes in with some guitar work that is reminiscent of classic 80s Cure and brings the song up a few notches. We then go right into the club banger "Black Out Days" that seems to want to be some sort of radio hit.
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I'm a huge fan of Phantogram's first album, so to say I was excited about their follow-up would be an understatement. Overall, I consider this to be a strong album, although not as strong as their first. As others have noted, their sound on this album sounds more calculated and produced. And there seems to be overall less emotion than on Eyelid Movies.

However....the vinyl pressing of this album is excellent!!! Vinyl usually reveals more details in songs when compared to MP3 versions, but Voices on vinyl makes all the tracks sound noticeably better. They wisely chose to press this on a 45rpm LP, and the resulting clarity and bass response made the album much more enjoyable for me. If you have the system and the cash, get this one on vinyl!
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I first became aware of Phantogram in 2009 when they played a small music club in St. Louis called "The Firebird". The duo had energetic vocals and live performance. The lead singer reminded me of a cross between Louise Brooks and Crissy Hind. Her vocal range is great, and she has a stage presence and sincerity lacking in many of her contemporaries. The whole audience was charmed. Flash forward to 2014, and the band has a newer, lusher and slicker album called "Voices" and they are playing much larger venues like the "The Pageant" in St. Louis. In spite of this, they have kept their warm stage presence and ability to engage an audience. The writing is just as good-even better! Though a bit slicker. I enjoy that Josh Carter is doing more vocals in this new release. See them in concert if they are near your city or town. Buy this album if you like Sonic Youth, AIR, or old school Pretenders, Concrete Blonde, Cocteau Twins or even Sterolab.
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