Ladytron should write a book about keeping a band together (these gorgeous, English ancients formed in 1999) and consistently bringing the dreamy, goth dance pop, because their sixth record Ladytron—who releases a self-titled record after 20 years? Ladytron!—has several ghostly hits to get your sway onto (“Animals” and “The Island”). Even if that weren’t the case, seeing Ladytron live would be worth it just to hear their overflowing cornucopia of unbreakable electro-pop songs like “Seventeen,” “Destroy Everything You Touch,” “90 Degrees,” “Cracked LCD,” “International Dateline,” et—flippin’—cetera! How many records until Ladytron is afforded the same prestige as Depeche Mode or New Order? I’M WAITING.
by Portland Mercury Arts & Culture Editor Suzette Smith
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