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That ‘Transitor’ sound • Brooklyn Paper

That ‘Transitor’ sound

Take the new wave aesthetic of Joy Division’s 1979 debut, “Unknown Pleasures.” Then add …

The Ladybug Transistor has been making albums in Brooklyn before Williamsburg was cool, wearing its new wave influences on its sleeve. But to really get a sense of what it’s all about, we leave that up to the math of the Algo-rhythm.

The playful melodies of Belle and Sebastian on its 1996 album, “If You’re Feeling Sinister. The result?

The Ladybug Transistor’s seventh album, “Clutching Stems.”

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