DVAS – Society (Review)


DVAS is a electronic dance group from Toronto/Montreal/Edmonton.
The name is short-form for Dietzche V. and the Abominable Snowman.
So you better get your dancing shoes and see them live on a Saturday night.
Here is their music video “Society” so you will know what the band sounds like.

Society is their full-length album on Upper Class Recordings, who is home to Cadence Weapon & The Russian Futurists.
Listening to the eleven tracks on Society.
Its pure electronic dance fun and its a mix of Daft Punk, Justice and Chromeo all in one.
Also throwing in that 1980s synth dance pop with today’s electronica beats.
Back 2 Basix is the only track that takes is down a notch and makes it into a slow groovy R&B jam.
I am hoping their live shows is almost as good as the studio version.
The pulsing electronic beats and interesting catchy lyrics is what makes DVAS unique.
If you listen to Consenting Adults, there might be some innuendos.
You definitely need to get Society, its a fun disco electronica funky album!
Best tracks:

  • Society
  • Ambient Room
  • Consenting Adults
  • Inner Sanctum
  • Watching You
  • Questions
  • Giving It All Away
  • [audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4791237/10%20Giving%20It%20All%20Away.mp3]
  • Passionate Persuasion

If I rate this, it would be a 9/10
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