Synth-pop rockers Chromatics emerged from Portland, OR in 2001 with a trademark sound rooted in punk and lo-fi. Over time their sound has evolved, becoming more streamlined into an Italo-disco, post-punk style, with the shift most evident on their critically-acclaimed third and fourth albums, Night Drive (2007) and Kill for Love (2012). Chromatics have released four studio albums over the course of their career, with several of their songs gaining popularity through features on television series like Twin Peaks and Parenthood and films including Drive (2011) and Taken 2 (2012). Their distinct style has earned them the title of one of the most influential electro-pop acts of the 2000s and 2010s.
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