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Zoot Woman are a British electronic music band consisting of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price.

Known for their live shows, the group has gained a worldwide following. With 'Living in a Magazine’ Zoot Woman established themselves on the music scene. Credited by many within the industry as one of the most important forerunners of .

Well-received by critics; NME rated the album 'Things Are What They Used To Be' 8/10 with Camilla Pia writing, “The electro-clash survivors… read more

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  • Avatar for isitbeer30yet
    Just discovered this band and like what I am hearing
  • Avatar for martins1977
    gran bandaa
  • Avatar for tribeonlinefr
    Zoot Woman (Support: Le Very) @ Jazzhaus/Freiburg (31.01.2015) -
  • Avatar for Aspis
    The new album might as well have been sung by a 13-year-old Mickey Mouse Club protege. Where is the melancholy? Where are the innovative sound designs?
  • Avatar for wennEsAnfaengt
    What the hell happened? The once so great Stuart Price ran out of ideas? What happend to the guy behind Living In A Magazine? To the guy behind Zoot Woman? To the guy who was Les Rythmes Digitales and made this iconic Darkdancer record? I was disappointed by Things Are What The Used To Be and hoped that this was just a one-time slip. We Won't break was awesome, but you can't make an album by one track. And now? I didn't get warm with any track which is really a pity. I still like this band so much for their first albums and it makes me sad that they apparently lost their once so mighty power.
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  • Avatar for Light_and_Magic
    I'm a bit disappointed, too. It's a a decent electropop-album, but lacks this certain "Zoot Woman-uniqueness".
  • Avatar for twisted_sister1
    Listening to chemistry....where did it go on the new album? Really a bit disappointed.
  • Avatar for FriendOfMine
    Disappointed about the new album. Sounds like they desperately try to sound like modern electro pop acts.
  • Avatar for Pukkkk
    Btw: Whole new LP is fantastic! 3rd one was also a disappointment for me, but this new one: WONDERFUL!!! BRAVO!

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