Wednesday, September 27, 2006

In-Tune: Science for Girls

Style: Electronica

"Science for Girls is the incontinent and cranky electronic love-child of producer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Darren Solomon. The sound is melodic, electronic minimalism, with roots in jazz and Brazillian music. Each track features a different singer, as well as everyone who was in the studio at the time for the final chorus of 'Australia'. The almost-completed album features all original songs, except for an electronica version of Barry Manilow's 'Sweet Life', sung by Jean Rohe, and a remix of Joao Gilberto's 'Eu Quero Um Samba'." - Science for Girls

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