- Words: Franz Carr
- Label: Sonar Kollektiv
Records from Canada's Moonstarr sound lo-fi, like they were made on the cheap with the first pieces of equipment a kid could lay his hands on. But who cares? In a club they kill-they're to-the-point, nasty, brittle, bouncy and hard-hitting. "Detroit" will please fans of Henrik Schwarz and Pepe Braddock with epic-length synth-framed gloss.
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