- Summary: The debut full-length release for the Los Angeles-based rock duo of Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards was produced by Lars Stalfors.
- Record Label: Interscope
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock
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Oct 9, 2013It’s a bit of a tightrope walk for any female rock stars though, retaining femininity while cranking up the amps and pushing the blues rock envelope right to the edge of the table, but Deap Vally sound and look like they know exactly what they’re about.
Q MagazineJul 10, 2013Sistrionix doesn't always keep up the consistency, but Deap Vally have enough swagger to fill in the gaps. [Aug 2013, p.96]
Jun 22, 2014Well, it is rough unadulterated Rock'n'Roll. So what's not to love.
It is not complex, it is not symphonic songwriting, if you like that, youWell, it is rough unadulterated Rock'n'Roll. So what's not to love.
It is not complex, it is not symphonic songwriting, if you like that, you find it elsewhere.
But, if you love honest Rock'n'Roll that screams, sweats and oozes of sexiness: Don't look further, let the music take you there!… Expand
Sep 10, 2013http://osianlewis.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/deap-vally-sistronix-album-review.html
I gave it 7.5 on here but I'm bumping it down to 7. 'Onhttp://osianlewis.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/deap-vally-sistronix-album-review.html
I gave it 7.5 on here but I'm bumping it down to 7.
'On the whole Sistronix is a thrilling album. While it may lack a little variety, the record showcases Deap Vally's distinct attitude and style of music. A good debut. 7.5'… Expand
Jul 14, 2013It is hard to chew every song from Deap Vally's "Sistrionix". However, songs like 'End of the World', 'Lies', and 'Six Feet Under' are worthIt is hard to chew every song from Deap Vally's "Sistrionix". However, songs like 'End of the World', 'Lies', and 'Six Feet Under' are worth a listen.… Expand
Oct 16, 2013They are an interesting concept band, but little else. The sound wears thin after six tracks and you kind of don't care after that where theyThey are an interesting concept band, but little else. The sound wears thin after six tracks and you kind of don't care after that where they go................................................................… Expand
Jul 4, 2013“Hate, is a parasite”, and this album is also slightly parasitical, but not in a good way. Opener “End of the World” is powerful, it presents“Hate, is a parasite”, and this album is also slightly parasitical, but not in a good way. Opener “End of the World” is powerful, it presents us with Deap Vally’s Californian scuzzy garage blues, that just so happens to have well done production and is far from low-fi, even though the fuzziness of the guitars calls out for it.
It’s from here, where the album goes downhill, and only occasionally takes a break to catch it’s breath. “Baby I Call Hell”, is too cheesy for me to bear, and I don’t even find it funny cheesy. And “Walk of Shame” sounds like a shameless rip-off of The White Stripes and The Black Belles. That’s what Deap Vally are though, they are an unsatisfying blend of music and bands you have heard before.
“Gonna Make My Own Money” is good, it’s still the strong single it was when it was released, but can’t make up for it surrounding blandness that is “Creeplife” and “Your Love”, despite on the former vocalist Lindsey Troy channels some Karen O and the later beginning with a raw un-produced and untouched drum track.
“Bad for my Body” has a fairly strong chorus, but a really weak verse, that shows the lost potential of this band in their debut album. “Woman of Intention” starts of really great, a fuzzier Blood Red Shoes but looses itself in bad blues. But again, the chorus is strong, and I just wish the girls change this on their next outing.
“Six Feet Under” closes the album, and album that feels like a heavy shopping bag filled with primarily cheap food with the occasional expensive choice because you wanted a treat. Yet, “Six Feet Under” comes close to redeeming the drab. It’s long and tasty, the vocals actually work here, the backing vocals work, everything here is solid and I can’t believe it sits on the same album, this feels like where Deap Vally are headed, and they’re already there.
Overall the album is weak, but it shines in various places, especially in “Six Feet Under”.… Collapse
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