Carbon Cut Copy

Cut Copy’s In Ghost Colours snuck up on my in 2008. At first, I dismissed it as flavor-of-the-month retro dancepop. Until I was listening it at the gym. All the time. And at home. And in the subway. And at work.

They have a new album coming out in early 2011, produced by DFA’s Tim Goldsworthy, and they just put out the first single. A little doo whop ballad, a little Free Energy, a little “Baba O’Riley,” and a whole lot of their patented 80s dance rock.

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Cut Copy – Where I’m Going by loudersoft

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3 Responses to Carbon Cut Copy

  1. Material Lives says:

    Love it! It’s like Cut Copy The Who sushi. I hear they are great live.

    • David G says:

      I totally regret not seeing them at Voyeur with The Black Kids right when In Ghost Colours came out. Lame. Sound would’ve been dreadful though.

  2. Material Lives says:

    I was nuts about that album and when I was in San Fran March 2009, I was walking around and saw that they were playing. And you might be able to guess why I didn’t get to go.

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