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Boomkat Product Review:
Blending the intensity and musical anarchy of math-rock (think Don Cabalero or Battles) with chip rock, jungle and electronica wouldn’t seem like a good idea to most people, but Japan's World’s End Girlfriend have done it anyway, and it sort of works. These guys sound like a hiccupping modern answer to Yellow Magic Orchestra, and while their hyperactive brand of sugar-coated indie-dance might not suit the masses it sure goes down well at the right moment. The fact that they throw so much into ‘Seven Idiots’ is in itself an achievement, and mid-way through the record you begin to feel like it’s not so much what they’ve been influenced by, it’s what they haven’t. There’s glam rock, there’s hardcore, there’s J-pop, cartoon themes. Needless to say, it’s pretty similar to gorging yourself on cane cola, necking a box of sherbert lemons, punching a wall and then playing vintage arcade games all afternoon. Insane.