U.N.K.L.E. “Never Never Land”


Eschewing raps and punchy beats for strings, ominous keyboards and Gothic imagery, Lavelle and company plumb the depths of melancholic electro-pop, making Massive Attack sound like a barbershop quartet. It’s a murky, cathartic ride through the smoky psyche of one of the U.K.’s biggest record junkies. And catharsis is good for you — especially when you can dance to it.

Read the full review at The Japan Times Online.

U.N.K.L.E.: Recorded | The Japan Times Online

About Jason A Jenkins

Writer, father and informavore, Jason likes working in, around and between Tokyo's creative forces. He is an avid fan of live music, carry-on luggage, people-watching and Taiwanese high-mountain oolong tea.
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