CD Review: Cut Copy "Free Your Mind" - BassPlayer.com

CD Review: Cut Copy "Free Your Mind"

Cut Copy is taking indie-electronica up a few notches on the band’s fourth studio album, thanks to the bouncing and pulsating bass work of Ben Browning.
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Cut Copy is taking indie-electronica up a few notches on the band’s fourth studio album, thanks to the bouncing and pulsating bass work of Ben Browning. Where many bassists of the genre get blown out of the water due to overpowering synth bass, Browning clearly dominates the low end with his warm-toned lines on dance gems such as “In Memory Capsule” and “We Are Explorers.” Browning proves that nothing beats the genuine article of electric bass in any genre.

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