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"Q: Were you uncomfortable with the media lumping you in with the electroclash movement during your early days? Helen Marnie (Ladytron): We were always lumped in with bands we sounded nothing like and often didn't have much in common with. That was what made us uncomfortable. For that reason, we just tried to avoid any connection with the term. Our sound is never reactionary to outside elements, it’s always natural and down to experiences". [url=http://www.rocksucker.co.uk/2011/08/interview-ladytron.html]Hit[/url] the nail in the head...
@Schwarzer_Tod: Because they're simply not electroclash. Their sound is different than this fad from early 2000s. Also they don't want to be associated with weirdos like Peaches or Fischerspooner. It was just bad luck for Ladytron to be one of the few groups that used synths in early 2000s and to be dumped in the popular (then) electroclash scene by some lazy journalists. But after few years the things changed. Read any recent article about Ladytron: you will see tags like electronic, electropop, synthpop; no more electroclash. PS: For example, listen to Ladytron's latest album, Gravity the Seducer. Does it sound like Peaches, Fischerspooner, Vive la Fête, Robots in Disguise etc. to you?
Ladytron and electroclash? good joke  Another [url=http://nettskinny.com/release/20110214/329-ladytron-best-00-10]proof[/url]: "We felt being compared to the day-glo trash-aesthetic of electroclash didn't make any sense. We were wise enough to know that being positioned by the press at the forefront of it, despite our protestations, would mean we bore the brunt of the backlash when it inevitably came. However, that happened anyway, and we survived."
STOP tagging Ladytron as electroclash! Even the band hates this word. Their sound is much more complex than this limited style of music. "With any luck, the extended delay has washed away some of the lazy clichés that have plagued Ladytron since day one. Hunt is eager to finally outrun descriptors like 'aloof' (demeanor), 'asymmetrical' (haircuts), 'electroclash' (meaningless), and perhaps most inexplicably, 'Kraftwerk' (sounds like)." ([url=http://www.xlr8r.com/features/2005/11/ladytron-spell-bound]source[/url])