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Review: 'Momo:tempo'

-  Genre: 'Pop' -  Release Date: '18th March 2013'

Our Rating:
Timo Peach – better known under his Momo:tempo moniker – has been keeping busy since his 2010 debut album, ‘The Golden Age Of Exploration’ with various TV and film score writing projects, not to mention a slew of collaborations and production jobs occupying his time. Yet he’s also found time to record a second long-player due out this spring, and ‘Undo’ comes as a timely taster.

Ostensibly a quirky slice of electro-pop, ‘Undo’ is constructed from a manic hybrid of styles, and with cheesy trumpets and semi-spoken smart-arse lyrics enunciated in a somewhat theatrical manner, it should be bloody awful. But it isn’t. In fact, it’s great. It’s catchy, it’s fun and clever. Consequently, it will probably go over the heads of many, and equally, won’t appeal to others for the reasons mentioned above, and who simply don’t dig the whacky wit and 80s disco stylings. But it certainly gets my vote, and that’s something I won’t want to undo.

Momo:tempo Online
  author: Christopher Nosnibor

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