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Dirty Disco – White Room

August 10, 2010 by  

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Dirty Disco – White Room

NAME: Dirty Disco
SINGLE: White Room
DATE: 23August2010

LABEL: Unsigned


FIVE WORD REVIEW: A deplorable example of `music’

LOCATION: London, England

LINE UP: Adam Boy (vocals/production), Kyle Mackenzie (electronics/production), Olly Dexter (bass), Andrew Ignatius (guitar), Kyle Langley (drums), The Retrosexuals (backing vocals)

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WHAT’S THE STORY?: Crucially, this release from London based synth-pop group, Dirty Disco, is a disastrous attempt at creating music.

`White Room’ is akin to the type of Euro-pop that pollutes annual Eurovision ceremonies, and the track’s reprehensible sound could only be endured by sadomasochists. The single merges Lady Gaga and infuriating synthesizer effects into a musical concoction that is more excruciating than releasing a firework into your eardrum.

This CD offers five remixes of Dirty Disco’s insufferable single, which should constitute value for money. However, these additional tracks only serve to continue the listener’s audible torture.

SOUNDS LIKE: Jeffree Star and The Fast Food Rockers plotting the demise of music.

YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: You are devoid of self-respect and want to examine your pain threshold.


Submitted By ASmith



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