Deplacement- “Carousel” album review

By Carla Morton

The debut album Carousel was released via Epictronic records by the Italian duo Dark Wave, Deplacement.

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While listening to “Carousel”, it got me to the ’80-‘90’s music, as influences they goes to The Sisters Of Mercy, The Cure and Christian Death. Isn’t a bad album, I had patience listening to it in spite not all the time I have the patience to listen stuffs like these, I rarely find a band and listen their albums from the beginning till the end, but “Carousel” is interesting, dark, pleasing, I don’t know what else I should say about it, but I recommend and give a try to Deplacement and their new album, even lovers of The Cure and The Sisters Of Mercy would enjoy ‘’Carousel”.

*8/10

Tracklist:
Sadness And Solitude
Memory
Hypostasis Of Life
Emily’s Tears
Angelman
Frequency
Throwing Faces
Emotional Pain
Black Shape
Voices

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