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Fusing traditional instrumentation and techniques with retro electronics, the trio began working together in the mid-’90s, issuing a couple of singles for Wall of Sound before Price switched his focus to Les Rhythmes Digitales. Price and the Blakes reunited to release the It’s Automatic single in and the full-length Living in a Magazine — a concept album about the 21st century’s media-saturated culture — the following year.

Zoot Woman delivered their darker, more organic-sounding self-titled second album, which spawned the singles “Grey Day” and “Taken It All,” in In , the group formed the label ZWR to release ‘s Things Are What They Used to Be, which drew from the trio’s deep love of ’80s synth-pop as well as harder-edged, electroclash-inspired sounds.

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The track deals with feelings of insecurity and the need to connect. Following a sold-out European tour and festival appearances around the world, Zoot Woman headed back to the studio to begin work on the tracks that would become the album Absence. After launched onto the scene in with their debut album, Living in A Magazine, as one of the premiere electro-clash bands, their subsequent releases have received acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork 7.

With their fifth album, Zoot Woman displays an inherent timelessness and their own modern aesthetic. And as if by magic, each track does just that. Tweets by jammerzine. Primary Mobile Navigation. Related on Jammerzine.

ZOOT WOMAN – THINGS ARE WHAT THEY USED TO BE (Pop/Electronica – UK)

British act Zoot Woman — a studio trio but live duo — have been making waves since the release of their debut album Living in A Magazine. Members Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price have consistently released quality emotive electronica ever since and continue that fine run with their new single Ordinary Face. Tracks that are akin to musical porcelain — beautiful, fragile and tough in equal measure. The accompanying lowkey video allows the song to breathe, with the faces capturing and amplifying the ambience of the track.

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Reading on mobile? Click here to listen. Today seems to be all about surprises. Then Lorde plonked a brand new song called No Better onto iTunes, seemingly just because she can. While it’s unlikely to generate as much excitement, today also sees the return of Zoot Woman, aka the band that producer Stuart Price is in when he’s not working with the likes of Madonna, The Killers and Pet Shop Boys.

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After returning earlier this year with their brilliant single ‘French Sunset’, Twin Sun are back once again with a very special remix. The production duo have reworked the Zoot Woman cut ‘Where Is The Man’, turning it into a bright and sun-kissed summer jam, reminiscent of the Friendly Fires sound. Speaking about their new offering, the pair said, “We’ve both been big fans of Zoot Woman since their first two albums on Wall Of Sound. When we first heard “Where Is The Man” we both loved it and were dying to have a go at reworking it.

Lockdown was in full flow by the time we finished our remix but with the help of Zoom we crammed all our ideas into it and were over the moon when Zoot Woman told us they wanted to make it a single! Skip to main content. News , Music Feed. Dizzee Rascal announces new album ‘E3AF’ Following on from the release of his highly-praised LP ‘Raskit’, Dizzee Rascal has now announced his plans for new studio album, arriving in the Boy Pablo drops new single ‘Rest Up’ Having spent the last few years building up his reputation and fanbase, Norwegian bedroom-pop icon Boy Pablo is back with another new single and Cook announces new album ‘Apple’ After dropping the extensive track full-length ‘7G’ earlier this month, producer A.

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Join Songkick to track Zoot Woman and get concert alerts when they play near you. View all past concerts. British electronic trio Zoot Woman has gained a lot of support mainly from their live shows. Adam and Johnny Blake, along with Stuart Price have established themselves by blending the sounds of acoustic instrumentation with electronic tracking, which has allowed them to put on great live shows; in fact there are quite a number of people who have traveled long distances just to see them. Keeping up with the image that they hold so important, the trio takes the stage in fitted suits that remind you a bit of the 80s, armed with their instruments.

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In June , Los Angeles erupted into the worse race riots in the city to date. Mexican youths aggressively struck back. The fighting intensified and on the worst night, taxi drivers offered free rides to the riot area. One LA paper even printed a guide on how to “de-zoot” a zoot-suiter. When the violence ended, scores of Mexicans and servicemen were in hospital beds.

Decked out in wide brim hats, baggy pants, high boots and long-tailed coats, these “zoot-suiters” called each other “mad cats. Even though there was no evidence to connect “zoot-suiters” to crime, the kids’ posturing and self-assurance made Anglos nervous. Many Mexican American parents even agreed that something was wrong with their young people.

Zoot Woman Return with “Don’t Tear Yourself Apart”

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This past week I got super excited because I heard Zoot Woman have a new album coming out, but many people who I talked about it with were like, “Uh who? Their debut album Living in a Magazine was a slick and slinky blend of synths, motorik chugs, and hooks for days. Not to mention a tidy Bryan Ferry-esque sense of sartorial panache.

The trio—made up of brothers Johnny and Adam Blake, and Stuart Price—tipped its hat to the 80s without sounding redundant. Listen to the whole album here immediately! Rewind to the late 90s and Stuart Price had already made a name for himself as they guy who pranked everyone for a hot minute by going under the pseudonym Jacques Lu Cont and releasing disco-funk cuts as Les Rythmes Digitales—despite actually being from the dull commuter town of Reading, England.

He’s a whizz. Zoot Woman carried on in tandem, releasing two more full-lengths, but this is their first since This is tantamount to saying “Don’t Tear Yourself Apart” is as brilliant as their biggest hit, “It’s Automatic,” and it is up there. There’s a Balearic giddiness here, despite the fact that Johnny appears to be trapped in a very small glass box where it’s disco time all the time.

Perhaps the message here is calm down, live in the moment, and dance on. Kim is an Editor at Noisey with a penchant for music from the small wet isle that is the UK because that’s where she lived for 20 years. She’s on Twitter – theKTB.

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