Slice & Soda at times reminds me of many indie dance groups, but throws in a good level of synth and electro sounds to create something unique enough to stand out from the rest. The vocals are mixed in nicely, so they’re not always the focus of the songs, but can be if you want them to be. Cowbells, thick bass lines, soothing synth, and simple drum lines make this album fun from start to finish, but my favorite tracks are Gasoline Fire, Shake Up, and Slapped Awake. Check ‘em out after the break, then listen to the album here.
Also, the singer has points where I swear he’s channeling Bowie’s quieter moments.