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The Raveonettes Update Girl-Group Wall of Sound with Touch of Doom and Gloomnew

While the Raveonettes have explored the tension between girl-group naïveté and gloom on their previous three albums, vocalist Sharin Foo says that for In And Out Of Control, they strove for less celebratory material than usual.
NOW Magazine  |  Jason Richards  |  10-26-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Raveonettes' 'In and Out of Control' is Unevennew

The Raveonettes' terrific last record focused on hedonism, consequences be damned. Now, they're talking about the fallout of indulging in bad things, and that's just not as fun.
Tucson Weekly  |  Kristine Peashock  |  10-07-2009  |  Reviews

Love Is Still Hellnew

On their new album, the dark Danish duo move past their borderline gimmicky self-imposed limitations.
Tucson Weekly  |  Kristine Peashock  |  03-13-2008  |  Reviews

The Raveonettes Charm Againnew

The Danish duo uses white noise and distortion with more aplomb than any group since the Jesus & Mary Chain, but there is always a girl-group naivete competing with the feedback.
San Antonio Current  |  Gilbert Garcia  |  03-05-2008  |  Reviews

The Raveonettes Take on the Sexiest of the Seven Deadly Sinsnew

The band's latest album is dark, dangerous and unyieldingly sexy with a title that contains no traces of subtlety.
San Diego CityBeat  |  AnnaMaria Stephens  |  02-27-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Nifty Noirnew

Perhaps sensing they were boxing themselves in as Jesus and Mary Chain clones, Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo, aka the Raveonettes, strip away the squealing reverb and punk influences of their debut on this sophomore release.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Hal Horowitz  |  05-19-2005  |  Reviews

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