Review: Lusine-The Waiting Room

Review: Lusine-The Waiting Room

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Lusine
The Waiting Room
Ghostly International
Street: 02.26
Lusine = Com Truise + Neon Indian

I can’t help but dance throughout the entirety of this album while it’s playing, which is a good sign from the start. My favorite part of the album took place during “On Telegraph,” in which the sample used as the beat throughout the track brought me back to feeling like I was at a carnival with the sounds spinning in and out. I loved that the album didn’t include only electronic sounds, but there were elements of psych rock mixed in as well. “Another Tomorrow” sounded almost similar to “Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl” by Broken Social Scene, with a danceable twist. The album is fit for a party to get people moving and grooving. –Brinley Froelich


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