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"When performing live, the members of TetraKroma play three banks of synths. Their willingness to lug that sort of gear around and have it synch up coherently speaks to the group’s collective dedication and attention to detail. Listeners might draw comparisons to Kavinsky’s neon-hued Drive soundtrack, Giorgio Moroder’s synth-pop-gone-EBM, or an industrial-tinged Alphaville, but in fact, TetraKroma’s music sounds like it came from a contemporary band discovering new uses for older sounds. Whatever their inspiration, Adam Rojo, Remy Jambor and Tim Alexander have successfully tapped into the dystopian aesthetic of much of ’80s darkwave, using that as a backbone for their minimal-synth dance music. "