Ladytron: ICA, London
Dorian Lynskey, The Guardian, 10 June 2005
THE STAGE RESEMBLES THE TOMORROW'S WORLD studio circa 1980: you imagine Judith Hann appearing to introduce pop music of the future. Instead of glowing laptop screens, there are exotically boxy synthesizers, sprouting thick tangles of wires. As Ladytron's Mira Aroyo teases screeches and skronks out of her machines, she looks like one of Doctor Who's assistants behind the control panel of the Tardis.
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