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Boomkat Product Review:
Detroit’s ADULT. have - just about - survived several cycles of fashion, their love of electro and kohl-eyed techno-pop pure, unwavering and indefatigable. Good on ‘em. That’s not to say we’re bowled over by The Way Things Fall, their fifth studio album to date; it’s mostly business as usual, spiky electroclash with little to distinguish it from what was being played in Nag Nag Nag circa 2001-2 but delivered with a confidence and authority appropriate to its makers' experience. Sparse disco-punk torch songs like ‘Love Lies’ and ‘Tonight, We Fall’ remind you how much the likes of Glass Candy and Desire owe to Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller, and are pleasant enough in their own right, but things get better when the going gets weirder: ‘New Frustration’ sounds like an imaginary meeting of Siouxsie Sioux and Kraftwerk, ‘We Will Rest’ is The B52s broken down and fed to Arpanet, and stand-out ‘Nothing Last’ welds one of Kuperus’s finest, most indolent/insolent vocal performances to a tough chassis of Aux88 style electro-tech.