On their self-titled debut, Paranoid London expertly followed the blueprint laid out by Chicago house — craft personality-rich beats and find someone with even more personality to sing overtop of them.
On their long-awaited followup, the British duo make some slight tweaks to keep things even more bonkers. As their 2015 album relied on a pair on vocalists, Mutado Pintado and Paris Brightledge, sophomore full-length PL utilizes a whole stable of collaborators to create a pleasingly wobbly and splintered set of songs.
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Did we reach a point where we expect artists to do more than make people dance and have a good time? Gerardo Delgado and Quinn Whalley appear to think so. Their Paranoid London project seems designed to push aside anything superfluous. "This is the real deal: dirty, repetitive music for DJs & dancers," read the self-penned press release from their first album.