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Fuck Brooklyn

by Fuck Her, Or the Terrorists Win

Two of Monterrey, Mexico's most relevant indie songwriters get together in a melancholic album about love, loss, and the power of eloping.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Fuck Her, Or the Terrorists Win
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2. Happenstance
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3. Circumstance
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4. Up the Ante
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5. Bounce Back
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6. Sleepers
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7. Hummback
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8. Blue Whale
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9. Fuck Brooklyn
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10. Immutable
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11. Bounce Back Reprise
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12. The Anti
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13. Heaventaken
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14. Bounce Back Reprise Reprise
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15. Hipsters
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Unabashed electropop that sounds like rock; it’s the latest well-heeled step forward from Monterrey’s Fuck Her or the Terrorists Win. Yet another project from Roberto Polo (En Ventura, 60 Tigres and Mr. Racoon) and Roger Camara (Album, Zozaya, Ok Cougars). There’s a clever and distinctive production, a sound design that’s surrounding the new wave of great artists from Monterrey, full of awe-inspiring tracks that are as interesting as the band’s name. Is Monterrey the most hipster city in Latin America? It might just be, even if one hates the term itself or chooses to embrace it, like they do in the notable track “Hipsters.” There is a huge standout that gets everything right, “Happenstance” is about expectations, it has a great vocalization, a bouncy tune with beautiful lyrics about breakup and the idea of trying to get a hold of the past. Perhaps the best track in the album comes with the magnificent closing track “Heaventaken”; its structure is anything but nonlinear and yet so cohesive and surprising, it’s the minute where each part really exceed their talent. It’s no disappointment, it’s a fresh scene we’re witnessing, a notable release from two guys with plenty of talent going on.

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