Indies Scope Distribution, 2015
Frankly, as much as I am not dancing tango or anything else at the moment which is overdue, way overdue, even I will admit that dancing is good for your health and your soul, and in the case of Mydy Rabycad’s Glamtronic, dancing is contagious, even in a chair, if not mandatory, and at that, it should be. And even chair dancing may be impossible after a while as you are compelled to rise and move uncontrollably.
The combination is quite incredible and listenable, on repeat, which this album received several months back. And still, happily, this album is difficult to get out of my fertile imagination where dancers are flying and dancing with each other to infinite heights around me...Read More