Nov 5, 2016
Ice Choir frontman and multi-instrumentalist Kurt Feldman knows his way around a J-pop song: speciﬁcally from '83 to '89. With the synth-pop group's second release, Designs in Rhythm, that seven-year stretch abounds but through the native-New Yorker's ﬁlter of enigmatic lyrics, endless hooks and crisp vocals. Regardless of where the inﬂuence originates, the album's melodies are sturdy enough to be transported to any genre of music. Although Ice Choir bears a decidedly electronic sound, Kurt's wheelhouse is vast enough to accommodate a nearly seven- year stint as the drummer in the janglier indie band, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. This episode features two songs from Designs in Rhythm.
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