Album Review: Chromeo - White Women





No question the ‘70s/‘80s are coming back to mainstream dance floors—Random Access Memories took Album of the Year, so don’t bother arguing. For dance-pop-synth bands like Chromeo (who have been inspired by that cocaine-fueled era since 2004) this resurgence is a good thing. White Women picks up where the duo’s Business Casual left off in 2010: energetic, upbeat dance tunes in need of some Kevin Bacon dance moves. With the album featuring Toro Y Moi, Solange and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, Chromeo showcase why they continually gain respect at Coachella. – Andy Mesecher

Big Beat Records / Atlantic • Producer: Various • Score: 8 out of 10