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In Our Heads

Hot Chip

2012

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In Our Heads
Album Summary

In Our Heads is the fifth studio album by English electronic music band Hot Chip, released on 6 June 2012. It is the band's first album to be released by Domino. It was recorded in a span of five months at English producer Mark Ralph's Club Ralph studio in London. The promotional single "Flutes", for which a video debuted on 15 March 2012, was made available as a free download when pre-ordering the album through Domino. A limited-edition 12-inch vinyl of the song was eventually released on 2 April 2012. "Night & Day" was released as the album's lead single on 4 June 2012. Prior to that, the Daphni mix of the song was released as a limited-edition 12-inch vinyl on Record Store Day on 21 April 2012."How Do You Do?" and "Don't Deny Your Heart" were released as the album's second and third singles on 10 September and 26 November 2012, respectively.

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3.13

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10710

Genres

  • Electronica

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Mon May 08 2023
5

9/10 any girl born after 1993 can’t cook… all they know is mcdonald’s, charge they phone, twerk, be bisexual, listen to hot chip & lie

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Wed May 31 2023
5

This album is actually something I'd add to my playlists. They are considered British Electronic Pop, but there are definitely some chill indie elements to it favorite track: Look at Where We Are (possibly the best song I've found during this project so far)

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Thu Apr 06 2023
2

It wasn't bad nor good, it was like listening to nothing. No feelings at all. I really have nothing to say about it. Seriously, nothing better for the 2010 decade?

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Thu Apr 06 2023
2

Sounds like savourless rice cereals that you stare at as it gets all soaked in milk on a Monday morning's depression. How is this important in music history?

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Sun Mar 12 2023
4

I was excited about this one after reading Apple Music's little write-up for it. I liked it, but didn't love it. At times I really, really liked it, and at other times, I felt like it was ostentatious hipster trash.

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Sat Mar 18 2023
4

I found myself enjoying this more than I thought I would (like, way more), so I went back for another listen and it sounds like they're deliberately echoing some rather famous songs to get you to pay attention and then switching up the formula. It's actually kind of clever in a couple of spots. Unfortunately, there are also way too many moments that are just generic dance music, which is a shame, because I started off wanting to hate this album, and then after some time I really wanted to love it, but I couldn't quite get there. I've settled on "I'm glad somebody made me listen to this because I never would have chosen it." Best track: Let Me Be Him

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Wed Jun 07 2023
4

Love Hot Chip's blend of alt-pop and dance music. They make really interesting tracks and this album is up there.

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Tue Nov 21 2023
5

This totally surprised me. It is so unabashedly upbeat and happy that it at first it put me off, then after a song or two I was all in. I’m going to be checking out more from this group, because god knows I could always use some extra smiles. TERRIFIC!

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Wed Feb 28 2024
5

One of the few albums that brings back memories of where I was when I was listening to it for the first time: walking next to the Cannon River in Minnesota on a warming spring day, hearing the opening tuba pomp of “Motion Sickness” and being immediately entranced by how familiar and odd it was at the same time. Hot Chip weren’t the first example of a live band doing electronic music I’d ever heard before, but I hadn’t really heard anyone else do music like this. Of course, having listened to infinitely more music in the intervening 12 years (including a *lot* more Hot Chip), the sound itself is less novel, but the presentation seems more novel than ever. Just in the first three songs, you have the aforementioned tuba/arpeggiating synth of “Motion Sickness” leading into the thumping kicks of “How Do You Do?” leading into the bombastic R&B-pop of “Don’t Deny Your Heart”. Everyone loves “Flutes” for being probably one of the best buildups in dance music, and I like it a lot too, but I take greater pleasures in other moments: the slinky vocals of “These Chains”, the unique romanticism of “Let Me Be Him”. Around this time, I got into Hot Chip’s live act, and they still remain my favorite live band even I don’t really believe in my hyperlaudatory stance that they’re the best live band currently working anymore. That live show still influences my opinion of this album…but I still love this album deeply. I’m glad a lot of you really liked it, too.

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Thu Apr 11 2024
5

With most songs of this album, Hot Chip manages to beat LCD Soundsystem on its own turf--a turf filled with cold yet infectious grooves drawing from EDM regalia, eighties sugary vocal hooks, krautrock-inspired dirges, and adequate callbacks to Pet Shop Boys, Prince or Steely Dan. On paper this sort of description risks coming off like a cheesefest, but Alexis Taylor and co. very often avoid that pitfall by relying on tense and tight *minor* harmonies, giving a little substance or gravitas to the admittedly festive proceeedings. Those sorts of harmonies are the secret sauce here. Otherwise, I don't think I would like that menu as much as I do now. Only two tracks come off as awkward or hackneyed, in a The 1975 fashion: They're "Don't Deny Your Heart" on the first half, and "Now There Is Nothing" on the second. But the rest is excellent, from the somewhat ominous opener "Motion Sickness" to house-music-adjacent jam "Flutes" (concluding on a surprising and quite sophisticated chord sequence to boot!). Or from the touching, subtly layered, and surprisingly restrained and concise ballad "Look At Where We Are" to the maniacal, devilish, and syncopated off-kilter rythms of "Night And Day". So minus the two partially forgivable duds quoted earlier, the tracklisting of this LP offers a very dynamic experience of Hot Chip's talents--with songs that are both in the same vein and yet varied enough to offer fresh and new angles on that sound, and this up until the very last cut. Quite impressive. And fun, considering I wasn't too attuned to this sort of experimental pop sound when this record originally came out. I remember seeing the band live in a festival around *In Our Heads*'s release, though, and even back then I admitted they were a strong act. But, as I said, I didn't expect to like this album as much as I do now. I'm probably more open-minded to this sort of sound these days--even though said sound aged a little. Because what's interesting in that particular strand of indietronica is that it takes the best of both the indie and the dancefloor worlds in ways where the mix sounds natural and enticing. Not so easy to pull off. And even more admirable when you realize how stong the writing is, often allowing Hot Chip to avoid pure gimmickry--a flaw often found in that sort of mash-up genre. I browsed through a lot of other Hot Chip albums after listening to this one, by the way. You have stellar gems in some of them--like "Over And Over", "Boy From School" and the title track on *The Warning* ; or "One Life Stand" on the LP that bears that song's name... Yet it's clear to me that *In Our Heads* is the band's most convincing offer in a long format. As of now, at least. Sometimes hits are not what makes a record great. Sometimes it's the overall story, or the whole adventure, whether the latter are in an LP, a film or just in your heads. Glad Hot Chip got that particular "story" out from theirs. 4.5/5 for the purposes of this list, rounded up to 5. Which translates to a 9.5/10 grade for more gemeral purposes (4.5 + 5). Number of albums left to review: 232 Number of albums from the list I find relevant enough to be mandatory listens: 332 (including this one) Albums from the list I *might* include in mine later on: 195 Albums from the list I won't include in mine: 248

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Fri Apr 12 2024
5

A small part of me wants to insist that Hot Chip makes some pretty bad music, but it just goes directly into a specific part of my brain and pulls all the right levers. It's instant dopamine and completely addictive.

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Wed Apr 17 2024
5

Bro what the hell this is some of the best music I’ve ever heard. How have I never heard of this band. Easy 10/10

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Thu May 23 2024
5

What an awesome sound! I'd never heard of Hot Chip before this and I had no idea what to expect, but this was marvelous. Such rich sounds and great music, great hooks, great beats, great performances. Just wonderful all around. I liked it so much I'm going to listen to it again. Five stars, easily.

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Mon Apr 10 2023
4

BL: this is my first 100% “blind listening” do not know anything about any of the members and after a quick google around I can’t see any obvious links other than they wrote a song for Katy Perry a long time after this album came out - so I will give it a listen. AL: wow. I thought this album was great! Very cool electronic pop album which reminded me a lot of Air, The Postal Service and at some points Daft Punk. The synth hooks and vocal lines were incredibly catchy and offer a lot of Lo-Fi groove similar to some of LCD Soundsystem’s “Sounds of Silver” album. This was very appealing to listen to the whole way through - I absolutely loved tracks 1-7, the last 4 tracks however I felt were slightly weaker than the previous 2/3rds of the album. I highly recommend this overall and would definitely think it’s worth the listen, Favourite tracks: “Motion Sickness”, “Don’t Deny Your Heart”, and “Night and Day” 4/5

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Mon Apr 10 2023
4

Great album, except for the singer’s voice

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Fri Apr 12 2024
4

Hot Chip is not exactly the Michelangelo of electronic music. Luckily it’s often much more fun to hang out with his dumber brother and just enjoy yourself.

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Thu May 16 2024
4

A good summer record! Bouncy and sunny, but not without depth and a bit of drama. Celebrating life, being together, being human, what's not to like? It's ironic that it's called 'in our heads', given how much it makes me want to get out of my head. And it sometimes succeeds. This would probably be a really fun live act.

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Sun May 26 2024
4

I've been a fan of Hot Chip for a while, though I haven't listened to this album before. I've always seen them as a singles band, the few albums I've listened to are inconsistent (at their lowest: mid, at their best: fantastic), this album hasn't really changed my opinion on that, however this is the most consistent they've been. The highs on this album (obvious picks are Motion Sickness, and Flutes, but I'd put Night and Day in there too) are nothing short of phenomenal, Flutes in particular (I knew the song prior to listening to the album) is one of the best pop songs of the 21st century in my opinion. The songs in-between are for the most part quite well put together, there's a few dips in quality, but there is a pretty significant gulf between these songs and their best.

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Wed Jan 10 2024
2

tepid and flacid. Not sure why anyone would make this album.

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Wed Jan 24 2024
2

This didn't achieve what I wanted. Underwhelming

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Wed Mar 06 2024
2

Pretty inconsequential. There is just nothing here for me.

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Tue Apr 09 2024
2

Music for those who find the Pet Shop Boys too edgy and hard-hitting. New Order-lite or Depeche Mode-lite. In fact, lightness to the point that it seems ready to drift off in to the ether and evaporate entirely. This is not to say that it's excellently evanescent or lusciously luminous, but rather that it's vanishingnly insubstantial. Rather it wants to bring back the '80s in non-salubrious ways, those bits that were surely left behind. One supposes it might be considered danceable, but one doesn't personally condone such activity or necessarily consider danceability a merit in evaluting albums for deathbead worthiness (as if one will be dancing then and there). The odd hook comes thru – the guitar (perhaps not synthesized) hookiness on "Don't Deny" – but the overall effect is of disposable and forgettable pop music. The last cut "Always Been Your Love" is best, a modestly tuneful pop bon-bon that features actual guitars and string (rather than a wall of sugary, synthy silliness) though it's possible one was just relieved at finally being able to move on to something else. And let's be honest, their later work hasn't much exceeded the promise suggested by one of the titles here – "Now There Is Nothing." They've not got any better and still somehow get airtime (adding annoyance to one's overall Hot Chip experience). The name is cool, too; one expects a surf punk band maybe, or something maybe Strokes-like and the unpleasant surprise must also be considered a knock against this exceedingly modest, humble-for-a-reason work.

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Thu May 16 2024
2

I think this album spent too much time trying to catch the 80's and kinda threw everything else out the window. it has some fun here and there but the majority was unlistenable (Motion Sickness set the bar pretty well for what to expect).

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Fri Jan 19 2024
1

This kind of 'knowing' pop leaves me cold. I don't really get what they are trying to say here, beyond the slushy 'quirky' love song vibes. One of those bands that takes what they think are the 'best' bits from lots of others who have gone before, without seemingly adding much of their own. Bad Disco Pop that adds nothing new to music.

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Sun Jan 21 2024
1

Sometimes I really hate doing this. I can only hope for a better selection tomorrow. Why is this here? WHY?!

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Mon Mar 04 2024
1

After getting more post 2000s albums I feel like the author could’ve used some help on what albums were actually influential during this time. This album is not influential in any way. I just feel like the author randomly heard this one day and liked it so put it on the list. It’s just safe synth pop. And I hate post 2000s synth pop. I guess points because I didn’t actively hate it? But that’s why I usually hate synth pop. It’s safe and makes me feel absolutely nothing. It makes me feel bad I rated other albums lower bc at least they were trying something new and made me feel hate. Rating: 1.5

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Mon Apr 01 2024
1

Nope. That hour felt like three.

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Thu May 16 2024
1

Meh. Your heads weren’t so interesting to me.

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Fri May 24 2024
1

Trite and tedious. People who dislike synth and/or electronic music: I get you, I really do. When a record like this is held up as a reference point, I fucking hate it too. The only difference between this record and the 80’s synth pop records that this list so fond of, is that there’s 30 years between them. There are plenty of great electronic musicians making interesting, innovative and challenging music, like Oneohtrix Point Never, or Floating Points or Fourtet, but they don’t rank for the creators of this list, apparently. …but if you’re making some shit in the 2010’s that sounds like it should’ve come out 1986…Congrats and welcome to the list! I really, truly, hated this record. Here’s 3 records you should listen to instead: Floating Points - Crush (2019) Fourtet - Rounds (2003) Oneohtrix Point Never - Again (2023)

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Mon May 29 2023
5

Had geen idee wat te verwachten. En dit album bleef nummer na nummer verrassen. Ik werd er zowaar erg vrolijk van. Toffe ontdekking!

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Sat Jul 08 2023
5

Look at where we are is a beautiful song, and it is surrounded by a vast array of energies, each presented in sometimes chaotic, sometimes soothing electronic sounds.

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Thu Jul 13 2023
5

Why have I never heard of Hot Chip before?!

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Wed Jul 26 2023
5

This is incredible, so original and funky

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Fri Sep 01 2023
5

Love it! Where has this been? How did I not know about this? I can't stop listening! Night and Day. <3

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Tue Oct 17 2023
5

So stoked this is on the list. One of the greatest albums of the 21st century. Fond memories of waking Mit around Norman Park on Friday arvo with a beer in hand and this on the iPod. Start to finish perfection.

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Thu Oct 26 2023
5

Never heard of this guys, love the album, I'm now a fan

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Mon Oct 30 2023
5

Unexpectedly loved it. Maybe because I was getting soaked by rain on my bike while listening and it somehow made me less grumpy about it

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Thu Nov 09 2023
5

I've listened to Hot Chip a little ("Ready For the Floor"'s cool video was on my iPod video back in the day), but never dove super deep in. It has always amazed me these five, accountant-looking British guys can make legitimately great dance music. I'm surprised how much I enjoyed this album; it sounds like a killer remix album for an already-killer pop album. I think it stumbles once or twice ("Now There Is Nothing", and how do you not use "Let Me Be Him" as the closer?), so I'd call this a 4.5. I'm rounding up due to the fact I threw it back on once I had finished, which hasn't happened frequently on this list. Favorite tracks: "These Chains", "Night And Day", "Flutes", "How Do You Do?"

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Thu Dec 28 2023
5

Boppy, hot chip is great for a bit of funky, chill listening with great beat, fun vocals. Each track is pretty great with no real weak ones.

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Wed Jan 03 2024
5

The hipster band it's ok to like.

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Wed Jan 03 2024
5

Solid follow up from Hot Chip

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Fri Jan 12 2024
5

A classic 2010s album. Some real bangers on this one.

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Mon Jan 15 2024
5

Excellent album! Forgot how much I like these guys. Every song was great. I’ve been skipping over them on shuffle lately but they’re an awesome band

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Mon Feb 05 2024
5

One of the best of the decade.

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Tue Feb 13 2024
5

Ambient, funky, poppy, whimsical, sad lyrics

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Wed Feb 14 2024
5

I can’t stop listening to it, so easy and relaxed

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Wed Feb 28 2024
5

Certain albums I already have in my record collection, and this one is WELL WORN. Hot Chip are a collection of gearheads with encyclopedic knowledge of music and channel it into this blend of live house music with pop structures. Beyond that, for a band that came out of the "indie-sleaze" era, these well-written songs have an amazing balance of equal parts heart and humor. This one takes me back and I'll always keep circling back to Hot Chip, and this is one of their finest and most cohesive of their catalogue.

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Sun Mar 17 2024
5

Never heard of these guys… I really enjoyed this album. Good chill songs

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Wed Mar 20 2024
5

Really enjoyed this entire LP Gave my new Subwoofer a good workout

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Wed Mar 20 2024
5

I was miffed the album with Over and Over wasn’t on this list. I owned that album in the 2000s. I was pleasantly surprised by this one. Seems like a cool record to put on to impress people with your indie cred.

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Wed Apr 03 2024
5

Great album that somehow passed me by. I only knew 1 of the tracks from before. Will be listening again

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Fri May 17 2024
5

I don’t really agree with the classification of In Hour Heads, by Hot Chip, as electronica. Yes, those sweet synths and and beeps are there, but the album has a sort of rock indie taste in as well, a little pop. That’s why I feel like I like it so much. From the jump, with Motion Sickness, it feels like this grand opening to a movie song, with compelling instrumentals and perfect cadence. The next 5 songs go on to be equally as good, with How Do You Do? being one of my favorite electronic songs ever. I’m looking forward to more music like this, as this is probably the most versatile and diverse album this project has taken me to. All in all, In Our Heads Is an amazing album. Best Song: How Do You Do? Worst Song: Let Me Be Him

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Fri May 31 2024
5

This album, as well as Why Make Sense, represents to me the best of the music taste my brothers passed down to me. They showed me much of what I came to enjoy, and I associate each of these albums with them for different reasons. Current #25 of all time. Thanks, bros.

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Thu Jun 06 2024
5

For some reason I lost interest in Hot Chip after One Life Stand, but In Our Heads really good as well. It took a few listens, but even the songs I wasn't sure about initially turned out to be pretty strong.

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Wed Jun 12 2024
5

One of my favourite albums. Had this on repeat during my early twenties so it holds quite a bit of sentimental value. Flutes is on my list of all time top tracks.

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Wed Mar 15 2023
4

очень напомнило джойвейв

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Wed Mar 15 2023
4

The first half of this is a perfect stretch of songs

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Fri Mar 17 2023
4

They’re good Hot Chip, I should listen to them more.

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Wed Mar 22 2023
4

I really enjoyed this, I’m not that into electronica but this was great I kinda feel it’s a genre I can slowly woo myself into going from any old rock band to something like the killers to MGMT to this is slowly moving my tastes into that indie electronica direction. Maybe one day I’ll find enjoyment in one of those mostly instrumental ones but not for now. 4/5

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Mon Apr 03 2023
4

Good, upbeat synth pop music with "novelty" guitar song! Gets under your skin and is pretty infectious.

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Sat Apr 08 2023
4

This is one banging record! 4 Goddamn "Flutes" is fucking fire

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Fri Apr 14 2023
4

Loved it - superb album which I will get on vinyl.

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Sat Apr 15 2023
4

Я, когда только ознакомился с жанрами альбома, и увидел год, не ожидал если честно от него ничего хорошего, но я был очень удивлён, когда его начал слушать. Этот альбом создан в таком жанре, как индитроника, и он мне очень понравился. Идеальная околодиско/синтипоповая электронника с современными прибамбасами. Слушается очень легко, и полно хороших мелодий.

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Sun Apr 23 2023
4

It was really refreshing to get a chill and relaxed electronica album for once. Not big beats and harsh sounds, just some good vibes that would be nice to listen to as you’re hanging out with a small group or something. Flutes was my fav.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
4

Hyvää elektronista poppia ja monen tyyppistä. These Chains tai joku hyvä uk carage viba ja flutes kova

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Mon Apr 24 2023
4

this was kinda sick actually

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Mon May 01 2023
4

Feels like the lovechild of Two Door Cinemas Club, Chemical Brothers, the synths of CVRCHES, and dance of Flight Facilities. Overall good, and one of the first albums from this list that I really did enjoy.

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Sat May 06 2023
4

4.0 - Reminds me of Brooklyn house parties in the 2010’s. Indie dance music. Dip a baby carrot in some hummus. Crack a beer you brought and put the rest in the fridge. Take a hit off this joint sitting in the ashtray. Find a seat by the open window and admire the sunny view.

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Wed May 10 2023
4

Helt bra, mot förmodan! Svag fyra

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Wed May 10 2023
4

Groovy. Indie electronic dance done right

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Thu May 11 2023
4

I love this album. Great grooves, great singing. Not sure why I haven't fallen in love previous, but this album has really grown on me.

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Fri May 12 2023
4

This album sounded like some shit that would've been on my 2012 Pandora radio, but a hell of a lot catchier.

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Tue May 30 2023
4

I haven't listened to a great deal of Hot Chip and, yeah, this was pretty good - "Motion Sickness" sounds like slavish New Order worship, but they mixed things up enough as the album went on to hold my interest. Fave track - "Flutes" - it's got a prog house thing going on - reminded me a lot of Nathan Fake's "The Sky Was Pink" which is one of my all time faves!

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Tue May 30 2023
4

Don't mind myself a bit of Hot Chip. Fave tracks are Don't Deny Your Heart, Night and Day, and Let Me Be Him.

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Tue May 30 2023
4

I don’t know what to make of this album but I guess… do I like it? Yes. Is it a great album? No. Do I want to listen to it again in the future? Yes. I liked the prior hot chip album a lot and this one feels like a polished evolution. It’s not an obvious easy album but maybe that is what makes it feel a little special.

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Wed May 31 2023
4

Groovy and upbeat. Fun listen!

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Fri Jun 02 2023
4

This music is great to put on in the background. It's inoffensive, not very loud or hectic and pleasant. But not what I'd actively listen to in my spare time.

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Wed Jun 14 2023
4

I thought this had a lot more going on than most of its genre ilk, particularly in sound variety and vocals. The songs never drag on to wear out their welcome as so often happens in the dance/Electronica spectrum.

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Wed Jun 28 2023
4

I honestly didn't expect to like this very much, but then found it really nice, easy listening during work. Relaxed but fun - nothing challenging, but good vibes.

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Sun Jul 09 2023
4

Trippy and weird but in a good way.might revisit it.Cool sounding “rock”?i guess

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Mon Jul 24 2023
4

21st July 2023 Listened across the weekend, Jen’s parents come to stay Friday and dad’s party Saturday. I love Hot Chip, I think they manage to create a sound which spans electro, house and northern soul. Instantly recognisable.

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Mon Jul 24 2023
4

I thought this was an excellent synth-pop album with some wonderfully groovy and funky tracks. It's just a good indie electronica listen. I wouldn't say this is my favourite electronic album by any means; while there were no bad tracks it didn't always draw me in like some albums have, but I think I will come back to this, and I feel it may grow on me with subsequent listens. Favourite: Flutes

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Fri Jul 28 2023
4

I am surprised by the inclusion of this Hot Chip album as I feel other records they have made worked suit this list better. The album itself is really enjoyable. Dancy, vibey, groovy at times. Good work, scratches a low FOUR

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Sat Jul 29 2023
4

Some enjoyable dance stuff! I'm not always a big fan of the genre if it gets too repetitive and reliant on samples, but this is nicely written

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Thu Aug 03 2023
4

Bizarre party, I want to be with you.

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Mon Aug 07 2023
4

It grew on me, initially neglecting as a hipster indie record. Beautiful innovative synth pop with a retro vibe, definitely evokes a lot of 80s post-disco. "Don't Deny Your Heart" could definitely be an early Madonna song. Meanwhile, some tracks like "Look at Where We Are" slow it down as part of the contemporary chillwave movement. His vocals are pretty versatile, taking on different genres from track to track, whether soft, hard, or weird. Either way, to dance to or pay attention, the synths are lush with cool production effects that make it a chill and fun listen from start to finish. There are weak tracks, like "These Chains", but the synth effects are still entertaining and fit appropriately.

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Tue Aug 08 2023
4

A nice blend of synths, hooks, decent songwriting and singing, and of course, great voice sampling, which I've always had a soft spot for. The songs up to and including "Flutes" are great and that one is a cracker. You could argue that their earlier material was more ground-breaking as Spotify listeners seem to confirm, but this is still good and maybe a more balanced LP.

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Wed Aug 09 2023
4

J'ai aimé p^lus cela queje pensais. Je n'aurais jamais écouté cela dans ma vie donc je remercie la liste. Il y plein de funk et d'electro melangé c'est vraiment cool et c'est un bon vibe pour courrir. J'ai bien choisit. 4.25

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Wed Aug 16 2023
4

Breezy, relaxed, fun, cool indie disco music. The sound of a chilled summer's evening on Primrose Hill / the sort of music that they like in that London. Rating: 3.5/5 Playlist track: Motion Sickness Date listened: 15/08/23

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