'The Blow' Puts An Artsy, Electro-Pop Spin On Attraction : Fresh Air Musical duo The Blow, in which the singing of Khaela Maricich meets the mixing of Melissa Dyne, has just released a new eponymous collection. Critic Ken Tucker says the electro-pop on the album is self-aware, sexy and smart — and, while informed by the art world, never dips into "art-rock" territory.

'The Blow' Puts An Artsy, Electro-Pop Spin On Attraction

'The Blow' Puts An Artsy, Electro-Pop Spin On Attraction

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Musical duo The Blow, in which the singing of Khaela Maricich meets the mixing of Melissa Dyne, has just released a new eponymous collection. Critic Ken Tucker says the electro-pop on the album is self-aware, sexy and smart — and, while informed by the art world, never dips into "art-rock" territory.