Pe'ahi by The Raveonettes


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Label: Beat Dies Records
As you might have guessed, the title place is in Maui, a curious locale for The Raveonettes' longtime brand of candy-coated, fuzzed-up darkness. But the Danish duo's seventh album features plenty of guitar lines that set their echoing dream chords to a tropical flavor, and the early '90s-style boom-bap beats make Pe'ahi sound like their first legitimate attempt at a party record. Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo are as dimly catchy as ever, though the beats and blissed-out textures turns their retro nostalgia from '60s girl groups to The Go-Gos -- maybe vacation's all they ever wanted.

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