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Rugby, England, United Kingdom | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Rugby, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Band Electronic Indie




"Les Inrockuptibles review Attaque - Change Your Mind"

Une électro-pop contemplative, plus hébétante que planante.
Changer d’opinion ? Pas question. On continue de hurler haut et fort que le label anglais Bad Life est l’une des écuries électro les plus excitantes, affranchies et joyeuses d’Angleterre. Et qu’avec Attaque, il tient un bazooka de première bourre, subtil dans le blitzkrieg. Ce que prouve une fois encore Change Your Mind, où épaulé par la voix de Qtier – mélancoliques voisins d’écurie – Attaque ralentit les ardeurs, étouffe la frénésie en une électro-pop contemplative, nettement plus hébétante que planante. - Les Inrockuptibles (Major French Music Magazine)

"Q Magazine - Album Review (Print Mag: Oct 2014)"

Former Techno DJ makes lush, atmospheric debut

Two years ago Colchester producer Dominic Gentry featured on the Boiler Room's DJ webcast expertly blending banging techno beats. He has the crowd moving but apparently his heart wasn't in it, a subsequent trip to Japan convincing him that his next move lay away from the club scene. The result is and album of expansive electronica that filters heavily treated guitars through skittering rhythms as it seeks to elevate listeners' minds rather than exercise their bodies, opener Distant's radiant harmonies and the eerie euphoria that young South African singer Yannick Meyer lends to Future Earth. Gentry, though, still know a party starting beat when he hears on,e with I Give It Away's propulsive throb powerful enough to bring any dance floor out in a sweat. 4 STARS. - Q Magazine

"DJ Mag Album Review (Print Mag: Oct 2014)"

Somewhere in between the emo of Moderat and the saturated soundscapes of Boys Noize, Attaque's debut LP is also shaped by the polo vision of an act like Postal Service. Also in there we get nods to Bonobo, 'Rounds'-era Four Tet and Battles. It's obvious this guy is going places. - DJ Mag


Still working on that hot first release.