If you’re into electronic sugary fire bubblegum pop, then Canadian dance-pop outfit Dragonette is your go-to band. Seemingly always filled with endless energy and electrifying synths, Dragonette packs a mean punch that never fails to jumpstart your body into full-on wavey, dancey, fist pumpy glory. Bodyparts is the third album release from the trio, and even though it is quite evident the band has not let go of their poppy jams, this time around it feels rather tame, at least in comparison to Fixin to Thrill. There’s not much, if any at all, musical growth to be seen in Bodyparts and at times the songs may feel a bit too sugary that it’s on the verge of diabetes inducing, but who really cares? Dragonette exists to make us feel good and dance and that’s all that really matters. I still can’t help but feel like Jennifer Beals-ing it up and throwing myself around Flashdance style when I listen to “Live in This City” and “Rocket Ship.” Plus, I’m an absolute sucker for Martina Sorbara’s voice, so I automatically already love this album.
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