Cut Copy

Music, Dance and electronic
Cut Copy
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Aussie dance-pop act Cut Copy masterfully blends plaintive British rock lyricism with bouncy house beats and infectious synth melodies. The group’s recent album, Haiku From Zero, embraces the dance floor rhythms and production of the ‘80s and ‘90s, grounding itself in same casually rebellious rave culture mined by acts like LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip. It’s the kind of breezy pop that seems to coax some humanity from the machines used to make it.

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