Artist: Tingle in the Netherlands
Album: Why Can't You Write Something Nice For a Change
Label: Nerve Echo
Genre: synthpop, electro-pop
Release Date: February 1st 2013
Tingle in the Netherlands released their debut album Why Can't You Write Something Nice For A Change more than a year ago on Nerve Echo, but their release is still worth some attention.
Based in Manchester, UK, Tingle in the Netherlands is an electro-pop collaboration between poet Helên Thomas and electronic musician Owen J. Borrowing musically from bands such as Kraftwerk, Soft Cell and Human League, Tingle in the Netherlands add the dimension of the poetic (or often: funny and parental advisory) lyrics to the mix to create an absorbing experience.
The main atmosphere of Tingle in the Netherlands is future-optimistic scifi music, drenched in funny lyrics. Just like Junksista, Tingle in the Netherlands don't shoo away from any controversial topic, with anything related to sex as their favorite inspiration theme. However, Tingle in the Netherlands keep it lighter and funnier, and less explicit and I-just-walked-out-of-a-porn-movie-like than Junksista.
Of the recent electro pop releases, Tingle in the Netherlands certainly sound like one of the most fresh acts out there. Do check them out.
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