Science for Girls is melodic electronica with roots in jazz and Brazillian music, from producer and songwriter Darren Solomon. The debut album features an eclectic group of guest vocalists from NYC's indie music scene.
"The music is transcendental, and the vocals are simply seductive." -Flagpole
4 stars out of 5 - Remix Magazine
Top Tune of the Day - KCRW
"I’m absolutely addicted to Science for Girls, the self-titled debut from producer/songwriter Darren Solomon."
-Abby White, Performing Songwriter Magazine
"...don’t miss the musical juiciness that is Science for Girls, a Moby-style electronica compilation featuring different guest singers on nearly every track. Chilled out and heavy on processed electric pianos, this CD from New York composer Darren Solomon maintains the same balance between synthetic and organic that makes groups like Zero-7 shine."
"...a perfect album for late at night when all you want to do is stop time and stay up listening to your iPod just a little while longer."
"Mmmmm…sweet sweet electronic goodness"
"Hearing how different talents mesh with Darren Solomon's mellow chords and laid-back production style is a bit like biting into a mystery chocolate. Whether you're met by creamy, lilting vocals, crunchy pitch-shifting plugins, or rich caramel tones, the one thing you can count on is that you'll want more."
"...an intoxicating effort buoyed by guest vocalists from the New York indie scene."
"Science for Girls is NYC producer and songwriter Darren Solomon, and his album is like a surprise wake up by a beautiful woman, who hasn't driven you crazy yet."
-Parasites & Sycophants
"Science for girls is making me cry sweet sorrowful sugarwater in a secret swimming pool in the basement of a cute, and apparently odd girl. It's so good i almost don't want to listen to it, avoiding the inevitable tarnish."
-Comment on Comfort Radio
The debut album features nine original songs, plus a unique electronica cover of Barry Manilow's "Sweet Life", sung by Jean Rohe.
Vocals are handled by some great talent from New York's indie scene, including Bronwen Exter, Boots Ottestad, Jean Rohe, Paul Brill, Renee Cologne, Trevor Exter, Alexandra Slous, William Rottman and Hugh Wilson.