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Logic Adopts Senses

by Drakes Hotel

Combining elements of Post-Punk, New Wave, Power Pop, Dance and Indie Rock, Drakes Hotel have created songs with an adventurous spirit, full of sonic ingenuity that draw from their eclectic 80's and 90's upbringings.
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1. In
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2. Cillian
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3. From Over
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4. Fixed On a Gaze
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5. Kids R Chrome
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6. All My Days
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7. Told a Tale
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8. Game Show Heart
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9. Primitive Resource
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10. Dead Horse
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11. Get Under My Breath
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12. Fear of the Weather
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13. Out
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"Logic Adopts Senses" is the fourth release by the husband and wife duo Drakes Hotel. Combining elements of Post-Punk, New Wave, Power Pop, Dance and Indie Rock, they have created songs with an adventurous spirit, full of sonic ingenuity that draw from their eclectic 80's and 90's upbringings. These are songs both cathartic and nocturnal, a Dark Pop. With their signature drum machines along with a fortress of guitars and voice, their style and sound remains intact 8 years on. Production and engineering by Drakes Hotel (Chris Y and Amy Drake). It is the second release on their DHMUSIC label.
Ditching the traditional band, the DIY duo continue to embrace a performance dynamic that sees no boundaries or limitations on what two people can create live onstage. Shows consist of the duo, many amps, guitars, pedals, loopers, keys and other devices used to augment their ghost rhythm section. Along with artists such as Lykke Li, Diamond Rings, Grimes, Crystal Castles, Imogen Heap, The Hundred In The Hands, Panda Bear, Purity Ring & School Of Seven Bells among others, they have created a modern style that defies simple and easy classification. JUST PLAY LOUD.


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Sean

Spikily beautiful
I love this album, I think it’s their best yet.
I find Drakes Hotel quite mysterious, something I can’t quite get to the bottom of. They’ve such an array of sounds, tones and moods and yet still maintain a uniquely distinctive sound. And that’s not to mention the vocals: like, say, Shiny Toy Guns, they can switch or combine male/female vocal leads. They can change approach at the drop of a hat and yet always sound unmistakably Drakes Hotel.
My musical preferences tend towards strong vocals, interesting sounds and, above all, great tunes. Melody has always seemed to be at the heart of a Drakes Hotel song but on this CD it seems more to the fore than ever. It reminds me of the old Psychedelic Furs “wall of melody”, where every song is awash with tunes and hooks. Maybe, given their less belligerent approach, a wave of melody better describes every song on this album.
Beautiful vocals, bracing melodies, intriguing lyrics and a fair dash of melancholy makes this album an absolute delight for me. It’s one of a few records that I’m just so damned happy to have because nothing else could take its place. My favourites? Primitive Resource, Get Under My Breath and From Over.