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Deap Vally - Femejism

‘Femejism’ will open new doors into their effortlessly cool world.
Deap Vally - Femejism
Published: 10:30 am, September 16, 2016
‘Femejism’ will open new doors into their effortlessly cool world.

Label: Cooking Vinyl
Released: September 16th 2016
Rating: ★★★★

Deap Vally’s ‘Sistrionix’ is a debut that’s seemingly impossible to beat, but somehow ‘Femejism’ has managed it with its experimental wonder. It’s a success because it doesn’t feel like it’s conforming to any expectations.

From the tribal vibes of ‘Post Funk’ and the doo-wop of ‘Two Seat Bike’, despite this second effort being a musical cocktail, the main ingredient is that classic Deap Vally garage rock. It doesn’t leave you bored, and it doesn’t leave you thinking Lindsey Troy (vocals/guitar) and Julie Edwards (drums) are attempting to win over new fans or consciously try to keep anyone interested.

‘Femejism’ will open new doors into their effortlessly cool world. Jasleen Dhindsa

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