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Review: Tegan and Sara "Heartthrob" - BassPlayer.com

Review: Tegan and Sara "Heartthrob"

Heartthrob’s studio-enhanced pop vocals and dance synths might signal the end of Tegan and Sara’s soft indie-folk crooning, but the playing and production, by a trio of bass session masters—Mike Elizondo, Chris Chaney, and Justin Meldal-Johnsen—still gives it some street cred.
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Heartthrob’s studio-enhanced pop vocals and dance synths might signal the end of Tegan and Sara’s soft indie-folk crooning, but the playing and production, by a trio of bass session masters—Mike Elizondo, Chris Chaney, and Justin Meldal-Johnsen—still gives it some street cred.

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