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Cola Party

27 Jun. 2014 | Format: MP3

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By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
Like techno? Marc Houle's new album 'Cola Party' might be just
the thing you're looking for to fill a funny gap in your Summer playlist.
I say "funny" cautiously because I'm a tad uncertain if Mr Houle's main
intention is to make us laugh (dance is, I'm sure his main motivation) but
there is, at least, a droll sense of humour at work here in the solid but simple
beats, bouncy basslines and raspy, repetitive manipulated vocal lines.

The deadpan 'I Don't Want To Know About You', for example, is a hoot
with it's stripped-down rhythmic arrangement and emphatic but limited
lyrical sentiments (Mr Houle's target will, I'm sure, have gotten the message
within the first minute or so!) 'Raybans In Bahrain' is a deliciously wobbly piece
of funk more than a tad redolent of Miss Kittin's dark minimalist schtick;
'Gimme Gimme' (nothing to do with Kathy Burke and a must for aficionados
of salacious whispering) bumbles along nicely doffing its cap to The Munsters
theme tune along the way and title track 'Cola Party' is as daft as a brush and
curiously infectious in a Tom Tom Club meets Robby The Robot kind-of way.

It's all a bit silly truth-be-told but we can all do with a bit of silly in these dark times.

Recommended.
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