What‘s in a name? I fail to comprehend the intent of this one. That said; TEED (Orando Higginbottom) has sprung up from the bowels of contemporary pop with a release that is, in many regards, the epitome of the music of these times. In what could be the 90s dance version of Two Door Cinema Club, their Trouble release ticks the all the right boxes. The album begins with a sound that somewhat mirrors early Hot Chip‘s recordings with French label Kitsuné and then progressively slides into a charade of dubstep–electronica mellow. Confusing? Not really; this band certainly holds your attention and one can only anticipate a tour on the back of Trouble that takes in an Australian summer.
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