Miss FD - Monsters in the Industry
Industrial Rock, Electrorock 'Monsters in the Industry' is the full-length debut album from American Miss FD after a digital-only single release back in the end of 2009. The best way to describe the style of Miss FD is Client with some Alice in Videoland tossed in, but with some different sounds and effects here and there that we are not used to hear in the ever going stream of dark electro pop releases. It is fun, it is playful and enjoyable.

The album is well produced and the track quality is good throughout the album with some favourites. I think the first track "Break Your Control" is a good start for the album and is setting the mood and atmosphere for the rest of the album. Along with the playful title track "Monsters in the Industry", Client-like "Wanderer", swirling "Dream Door" and cosy "Enter the Void".

The first listen I had it was hard to grasp it all, in some tracks there's a lot going on, a bit more than the regular kind of monotone electro, but for every listen the album grows.

Part from a small drop in the end of the album, this is surely a good, if not great, debut album. If you are into electro with both some industrial and pop influences, this is surely something worth checking out right away.
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Miss FD - Monsters in the Industry

'Monsters in the Industry' is the full-length debut album from American Miss FD after a digital-only single release back in the end of 2009. The best way to describe the style of Miss FD is Client with some Alice in Videoland tossed in, but with some different sounds and effects here and there that we are not used to hear in the ever going stream of dark electro pop releases. It is fun, it is playful and enjoyable.

The album is well produced and the track quality is good throughout the album with some favourites. I think the first track "Break Your Control" is a good start for the album and is setting the mood and atmosphere for the rest of the album. Along with the playful title track "Monsters in the Industry", Client-like "Wanderer", swirling "Dream Door" and cosy "Enter the Void".

The first listen I had it was hard to grasp it all, in some tracks there's a lot going on, a bit more than the regular kind of monotone electro, but for every listen the album grows.

Part from a small drop in the end of the album, this is surely a good, if not great, debut album. If you are into electro with both some industrial and pop influences, this is surely something worth checking out right away.
Apr 28 2010

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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