Zoot Woman is a three-man pop group that owes as much to Hall & Oates as Pet Shop Boys. Stuart Price (bass) met brothers Johnny (guitar, vocals) and Adam Blake (keyboards) at school in Reading, England. Though the group's basic setup is like a rock band's, electronics play a significant role in their sound. They began recording during the late '90s but didn't make their full-length debut until 2001. They signed to Wall of Sound for Living in a Magazine, while a self-titled (and more organic) follow-up came in 2004. They've released several singles, most of which feature club-oriented remixes from the likes of Todd Edwards, Le Knight Club, and Paper Faces. Full-lengths Things Are What They Used to Be (2009) and Star Climbing (2014) followed. ~ Andy Kellman
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