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I'm In You

NYC electro-goths I'm In You release LP 'Trust' + video for 'Call Me When You're Drunk'

I'm in You is that missing link between post-punk and electo-disco that'll slide nicely between your vinyl collections of Duran Duran and Joy Division, with an energy and class that could only be fueled by a band self-described as 'yacht goth.' The band's third record, 'Trust,' is full of their trademark spare drum machines, and aloof vocals courtesy of Chris McHenry.

Popular track 'Call Me When You're Drunk,' charts perhaps the most hellish evening spent late at the bar I've ever seen, if their dark dance video is to be believed. But our fave is 'Tinnitus' (added to our playlist of great electronic songs by NYC bands) where McHenry sings of disbelief, while tackling a dangerously dissonant band of violins. Watch the video to 'Call Me When You're Drunk' below, which includes some very special dance moves by Alison Clancy. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

This band submitted their music for coverage here.


Electro Rock from Brooklyn: I'm In You

It takes a special kind of confidence to name your group I'm in You, but with the naked honesty in elecro-charmer 'Sure,' I'm starting to believe this is exactly what singer Chris McHenry wants to do with... you. The unexpectedly catchy 5-piece loves a good drum machine, but the band makes it their own when placed underneath the twists and turns of their rolling bass, clashing guitars and even occassional horns and strings on display in their second LP "Songs". Standout song "DMNR" (streaming below) brings to mind a bouncier version of icy Brits Clinic, but caught us by surprise with its explosive chorus. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets) - I'm in You submitted their music for review here.


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