Published on The Deli Philadelphia – Saturday, January 7, 2012

The self-titled debut EP from local indie four-piece Coup Couroux is a contagious one. From the ballsy lines of “Sneaking Suspicion” to the fuzzy power-pop of “My Face Hurts,” you’re compelled to move, whether it’s a subtle toe-tap or full-on dance floor body spasm. And that’s the point of Coup Couroux–their love of synth-dance, alt-rock, electro-blues, dream-psych, and classic rock is morphed into admirable songs that pound out infectious, flirtatious ruggedness. In the end, it’s hard to resist, and they’ll prove it to you tonight at MilkBoy Philly, where they’ll play alongside equally danceable and wholly outrageous local acts, the Synth Sircus,Lamagier, and Audio Kings of the Third World. We call that a bow-chica-wow-wow kind of moment. MilkBoy Philly, 1100 Chestnut St., 9:30pm, $8-$10, 21+ -Annamarya Scaccia


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