Friday, May 27, 2016

Music Review: After the Disco (2014) by Broken Bells

After the Disco is for music listeners looking for something refreshing in music or novel in Electronica or Soft Rock.


After the Disco by Broken Bells

Strengths: 

  • A noticeable change in sound. 
  • Album is cohesive but songs aren't similar either.
  • Some songs cause shivers=Sign of high quality music.


Weaknesses: 

  • 1 bad song. As in the weakest off the album. Not really terrible since this album has a total of 11 songs and only 1 bad song.


About Broken Bells
Broken Bells (James Mercer and Brian Burton)
Broken Bells (James Mercer and Brian Burton) | Source: Broken Bells Official site

Broken Bells Official site


Twitter: Broken Bells

A band I discovered in my high school days through the radio. Never quite knew what hit me but as soon as I heard the guitar and the keyboard swaying, as well as James Mercer’s voice, I knew this band was something. They are what one would call a soft rock electronica band. The duo band consists of creative duo James Mercer singing and playing guitar and Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) as the producer, various instruments player, and keyboardist. They are usually joined by other musicians while playing live.

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