Check out our review from Pitchfork of Light Years.
“Toward the end of Whit Stillman’s excellent film The Last Days of Disco, one of the main characters delivers a monologue about how disco will “never die” (it’s early 1980). Sure, he says, it may be temporarily forgotten or wrongly remembered by the masses as John Travolta and platform shoes, but the music itself is too great to ever truly perish, there will always be keepers of the flame keeping it real. If Ice-T had delivered a similar speech at the end of Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, you might have the manifesto for Dark Party: Electro will never die. And their debut full-length Light Years provides good reason to cheer the genre’s longevity, or at least its modern revival….”