Charlotte Adigéry / Bolis Pupul: Topical Dancer (2022) Album Review
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It's easy to see why this Belgian duo's debut is one of the best reviewed albums of the year - throw in their racial diaspora make up and focus on social, gender, sexual and immigration issues, critics will likely lose their minds. For me however, this often enjoyable, light, bouncy, aerated post electro house too often lacks any sense of narrative or meaning in the lyrics. It's often painfully like a well meaning but cringe inducing school counselor relaying platitudinous sentences.
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