11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

STRFKR plunge into the infinite, pondering the notion of self amid a dizzying mix of interstellar synth-funk. Frontman Joshua Hodges looks inward, weaving in Eastern philosophy—and even sampling Alan Watts on "Interspace"—while grappling with a pervasive sense of loneliness. His vocals often sound detached, gliding languidly through laser-sharp synths and booming beats on slick dance tracks like "Tape Machine" and "Satellite," but by the woozy, droning closer, an epiphany strikes: "You're all right where you are/Being no one, going nowhere."

EDITORS’ NOTES

STRFKR plunge into the infinite, pondering the notion of self amid a dizzying mix of interstellar synth-funk. Frontman Joshua Hodges looks inward, weaving in Eastern philosophy—and even sampling Alan Watts on "Interspace"—while grappling with a pervasive sense of loneliness. His vocals often sound detached, gliding languidly through laser-sharp synths and booming beats on slick dance tracks like "Tape Machine" and "Satellite," but by the woozy, droning closer, an epiphany strikes: "You're all right where you are/Being no one, going nowhere."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Dorianiscool19 ,

BEST ALBUM EVER IN THE MAKING???

STRFKR is really going to outdue themselves and impress and hopefully get more popular with this amazing album to be. Tape Machine sounds like the band "Jungle" if they were to make a killer track like that lol Hoping for the record to be more diverse and just explode with atmosphere cant WAIT XD!!!

lnuyasha1 ,

Must have

Great album. It’s fun music you can actually dance to

Riley 💞 ,

👍🏼👍🏼

So good!

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