Electronic review: Metronomy, Nights Out


If the second album is typically the 'difficult' one, no one told Devon's electro-pop eccentric Joseph Mount. He radiates catchiness, transforming any sound, be it Peruvian folk lute, or Radiophonic Workshop-style clang, into an instant party soundtrack . The result is an album that, unquestionably, marks him out as one of the UK's most promising new producers.


Jaimie Hodgson

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