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Chromeo had no problem bringing the funk to a nearly sold out audience at Boston’s House of Blues this past Wednesday. The Canadian duo are anticipating the release of their fourth studio album, White Women, which is due out May 12th. With cameos from Solange, Toro y Moi, and LCD Soundsystem, the record is bound to step into space disco ode territory–in the most amazing way possible.
As the crowd proudly howled Chromeo everytime the band took a breath, it was clear that every track in their arsenal only kept us energized. “Tenderoni” possessed manic freight train rhythms that the audience effortlessly inhaled, while “Over Your Shoulder” oozed the sultriness that the edgy “Sexy Socialite” seemed to lack.
Chromeo are best known for their ability to airlift electropop 80s inspired hooks and neon beats that saturate all of their albums. But what they are soon becoming infamous for is the sheer energy they can infuse into the masses. Frontman David Macklovitch thanked fans who have been down with Tha Funk Lordz since day one–but honestly, no one who was present at this concert has any intentions of ever breaking that alliance.