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On their first two albums Aussie band DMA’s wore their love for early 90s Brit pop well and truly on their sleeve. Although they’ve dabbled with synths before, on their third album they’ve taken their love of rave to edge themselves nearer the dancefloor. They manage to combine rock’n’roll energy with a euphoric groove that nods to Primal Scream and the Chemical Brothers.
Barry says: Following on from last years' riotously received 'MTV Unplugged' the DMA's return with their newest LP of driven rock, catchy hooks and jangling arm-waving indie anthems. Lovely stuff.