13 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Django Django have a gift for juggling wildly disparate and exciting ideas. On their sophomore full-length—Born Under Saturn—the Scottish outfit improve upon the bedroom folktronica of their Mercury Prize–nominated debut with songwriting that’s as confident as it is inventive. Throbbing house rhythms and a cheeky clarinet solo coexist beautifully amid radiant synth patterns on “Reflections,” while crispy surf guitar and a psychedelic swarm of electronics make way for a mesmerizing steel drum groove on “Break the Glass.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Django Django have a gift for juggling wildly disparate and exciting ideas. On their sophomore full-length—Born Under Saturn—the Scottish outfit improve upon the bedroom folktronica of their Mercury Prize–nominated debut with songwriting that’s as confident as it is inventive. Throbbing house rhythms and a cheeky clarinet solo coexist beautifully amid radiant synth patterns on “Reflections,” while crispy surf guitar and a psychedelic swarm of electronics make way for a mesmerizing steel drum groove on “Break the Glass.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
76 Ratings

76 Ratings

IMRAN.TV ,

Surprisingly Good, Worth The Album

I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this album, the words, music, sounds and mood were first rate.

Drury Walker ,

Those Awesome White Artists

With their debut album that came out 3 years ago, those who are fans (either hard core or not so much) have been waiting and wondering impatiently if they were going to bring a new album, and what is to come soon, already sounds like an even stronger comeback this time round. I definitely know what i’m going to save my money for.

CCBKGP ,

I Love Surprises

I thought I was totally taking a chance buying this, hadn’t heard it, had no idea what to expect. After listening to other summer albums in vain, I finally put this one on. It pulled me out of my funk SO good. I Love It.

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