12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This is the sound of world domination in 2017. Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall’s debut album comes after quite the storied introduction to their sound: two monster EPs and a summer-owning single (“Closer”) they were confident enough to leave off here. Memories… takes the band’s dynamite blueprint (retro synths and minor-key piano that softens up their explosive EDM) and adds some maturity. Opener “The One” feels like “Closer”’s broken-hearted sequel, Emily Warren’s two stately contributions add class, and the mellow “Wake Up Alone” features Jhené Aiko in seductive form.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content

EDITORS’ NOTES

This is the sound of world domination in 2017. Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall’s debut album comes after quite the storied introduction to their sound: two monster EPs and a summer-owning single (“Closer”) they were confident enough to leave off here. Memories… takes the band’s dynamite blueprint (retro synths and minor-key piano that softens up their explosive EDM) and adds some maturity. Opener “The One” feels like “Closer”’s broken-hearted sequel, Emily Warren’s two stately contributions add class, and the mellow “Wake Up Alone” features Jhené Aiko in seductive form.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content
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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
164 Ratings

164 Ratings

leonard wolowitz ,

It’s not very good

Despite the four star rating it’s not very good,yet at the same time so catchy.

cameronhumphreyswashere ,

Ew

Eugh they are just the worst, but if you want generic trash you've come to the right place

Brandon 777 ,

No

This is horrific.... no vocal abilities and bland beats.... calvin harris is proof that they are really lazy dj's

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