11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following Quadron's impressive 2013 eponymous debut album, composer/producer Robin Braun and singer Coco O were courted for collaboration by such notables as The Creator, The Internet, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, and Leon Ware. Coco appeared on the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby, while Braun formed Rhye with Canadian electronic producer Milosh. After much anticipation, Quadron’s sophomore album lives up to the buzz orbiting around the Denmark duo. From the breezy funk of the opening song, “LFT,” more high-end production is immediately apparent. (That's likely due to the duo's signing to Sylvia Rhone’s Epic subsidiary label, Vested in Culture.) “Favorite Star” trails with cosmopolitan aplomb as Coco coos like a softer, younger version of Lady Miss Kier of Deee-Lite. But it’s the infectious single “Hey Love” that comes laced with barbed pop hooks and a hammer-dropping chorus. While Quadron has an obvious love of dance-floor confections, a knack for narrative surfaces in “Neverland,” a slightly melancholy R&B standout with lyrics musing on the crippling loneliness of a Michael Jackson impersonator.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Following Quadron's impressive 2013 eponymous debut album, composer/producer Robin Braun and singer Coco O were courted for collaboration by such notables as The Creator, The Internet, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, and Leon Ware. Coco appeared on the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby, while Braun formed Rhye with Canadian electronic producer Milosh. After much anticipation, Quadron’s sophomore album lives up to the buzz orbiting around the Denmark duo. From the breezy funk of the opening song, “LFT,” more high-end production is immediately apparent. (That's likely due to the duo's signing to Sylvia Rhone’s Epic subsidiary label, Vested in Culture.) “Favorite Star” trails with cosmopolitan aplomb as Coco coos like a softer, younger version of Lady Miss Kier of Deee-Lite. But it’s the infectious single “Hey Love” that comes laced with barbed pop hooks and a hammer-dropping chorus. While Quadron has an obvious love of dance-floor confections, a knack for narrative surfaces in “Neverland,” a slightly melancholy R&B standout with lyrics musing on the crippling loneliness of a Michael Jackson impersonator.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

BigKev562 ,

Look out!

She's really opening up on this album....too bad we're gonna have to share Quadron with the rest of the world now lol

Dangalf tha Grey ,

waaay overdue

ridiculously good album. not surprised its better than the first. couldnt be more happy with the result. not a single song gets skipped from these hands. eff itunes for not showing any new release love to quadron.

Mosik95 ,

Treehome95

I'm a huge fan of Tyler, The Creator and on his latest album was a song called "Treehome95" and it had a jazzy feel that I loved. With further investigation, and a little help from reddit, I found Coco O and I fell in love! Can't wait for the album!

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