“Kamarova” is the self-titled breakout album from one eclectic, and eyebrow-raising, New York group. It mixes edgy electronic music with rock and punk they sound, at first glance, how Franz Ferdinand may if produced by Trent Reznor.
No doubt, you guys will be warming up to breakout tracks like the dance-rock piece “Refugee” and “Let It All Down,” which is a definite party anthem. It has an edgy Annie Lenox-meets-Seal musical sound.
“On The Line” another track as well, has a deeper personal component, but it sounds familiar to the soulful Urban-House sound.