ALBUM REVIEW | pop
Young London, ‘Young London’
Teen-pop has long served desperate working-class aspirations, like the shiny happy inverse of heavy metal. So it makes some sense that Boston-area native Matt Rhodes started off ten years ago fronting And Then There Were None, a nominally Christian metal band that morphed into a bombastic electro-pop outfit. Rhodes now completes the transition with fake Euro-disco for tweenage girls in a new duo with one-time folk singer Sarah Graziani.