Review: The Black Ghosts – The Black Ghosts 
UK electronic rock duo The Black Ghosts truly embody the spirit of the digital age, as these former members of Simian and Wiseguys initially met via the Internet and have only recently met face to face. Nonetheless, they put their best foot forward to place your booty on the dance floor with their hodgepodge eponymous 11-track release. Tracks like “It’s Your Touch” and “Something New” take the sunshine 70’s pop rock vibe radiated from bands like America and Bread , and deck them out for today’s hipster crowd while “Some Way Through This” busts out a big beat that wouldn’t sound out of place on a hip-hop album. Nevertheless, this British tandem go for the gold with the nuances of projects like Hot Chip firmly intact, demonstrating their ability to rock the clubs. www.iamsoundrecords.com -Mike SOS
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