She-Devils - She-Devils
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2017 Ratings: #583 / 911
User Score
Based on 16 ratings
May 19, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Indie Pop / Genres
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Northern Transmissions
Hypnotic, old and new all at the same time, this album stands as great display of not only their talent and voice, but how much clever sampling can create amazing art with the right minds behind it.

Jukka's production style and Boucher's lyrics and singing are strong on their own, but together, their chemistry has led to one of the year's strongest debuts.

Loud and Quiet

Kyle Jukka and Audrey Anne Boucher re-emerge on the music scene with a bold and eminently listenable effort that playfully conveys those fickle first days of a budding relationship.


Despite all of its sonic busyness, the vast majority of which falls in the category of charming rather than challenging, the album ultimately comes off as a little goofy, fun, and full of promise.

The Line of Best Fit

Their nurtured musical naiveté and trust in their self-devised methods have culminated in a debut album with clear personality and vision.


It’s a perfectly mid-fi indie pop album with occasional experimental inflections.

The 405

Although She-Devils falls short of the high expectations it had built up prior to the release, all in all it is a solid album, one packed with loads of potential and major signs of forthcoming genius from the Montreal duo.


She-Devils (Audrey Ann Boucher and Kyle Jukka) touch upon Iggy Pop, Madonna, T-Rex, Can, and '60s yé-yé with their debut, self-titled full-length album. Tracks like "Come" and "Hey Boy" build upon a foundation of psychedelic guitars and groovy basslines with an "amusement park of [synthesizer] sounds" to "explore the sensory world, actualize aesthetic fantasies[,] and alchemize pieces of history into entirely new sensations." Although ... read more

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Track List

  1. Come
  2. Hey Boy
  3. Make You Pay
  4. Darling
  5. How Do You Feel
  6. Blooming
  7. You Don't Know
  8. The World Laughs
  9. Never Let Me Go
  10. Buffalo

Year End Lists

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Added on: April 3, 2017