Boomkat Product Review:
Chart smashing stuff from the Olde English Spelling Bee camp, dropping the debut from Brooklyn's hugely tipped Greatest Hits. Aside from having one of the best names ever, this band also make some of the most f**ked up pop music we've heard all year. Think Autre Ne Veut doing a guest spot on The Hitman And Her presented by Pete Waterman and James V/VM in a Michaela Strachan mask, and you're almost there. The PWL-production line groove of 'Danse Pop' is our favourite, while 'Make You Mine' strikes a baggier rut of Balearic sunshine, pished-up on warm vodka and starved of oxygen from smoking too many Regals. On the flip 'Stop And Go' is a weird-out slice of FM boogie pop pie and 'Ambulance' is a snottier electropunk nugget. Can the Olde English Spelling Bee do no wrong? Magic.