Can you believe it's been ten years since Chromeo's 2004 debut, She's Lost Control? A full decade has passed since Dave 1 and P-Thugg unleashed their unique brand of cheeky, fun-lovin' electro funk and boogie tunes on an unsuspecting world. Well it is now 2014 and obviously a lot has changed, but thankfully the Canadian duo are still up to their funkin' shenanigans. With White Women, their fourth studio album, Chromeo have hit their stride. Keepin' it major (it's on Atlantic), their quirky, seductive funk grooves have hit the top (or should I say "pop"), and the world at large actually seems ready for the retro aesthetic that they've been grooming for so long. Check the sound on "Sexy Socialite," "Come Alive" with Toro Y Moi, "Lost On The Way Home" with Solange, "Old 45s," and "Ezra's Interlude" with Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend. 12 tracks total on double 180g vinyl with gatefold sleeve. Comes with free download too.
- music label: Atlantic 2014
reviewed by King Of The Ill 06/2014
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