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Killing something that's already dead

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“Finely crafted, aesthetically beautiful electronic-inflected minimal indie rock from Aarhus in Denmark.” – Andrew Dubber

“…et spændende udtryk, der giver denne lytter smag efter mere.” - GAFFA ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“Machine, dears plade indeholder noget af det bedste pop, jeg har hørt meget længe i dansk sammenhæng.” – CAPAC

“…gode, progressive popsange med elektroniske undertoner.” – Lydtapet ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“…6 flot kom­po­ne­rede alter­na­tive pop-perler, der sig­ter og ram­mer dybt både tekst­mæs­sigt og rent musikalsk.” – Musik Mig Blidt

“Rarement de la musique électro aura autant su me caresser les oreilles et m’envoûter. ” – @diffuser.net

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released January 13, 2012

All tracks written, recorded and produced by Frans Galschiøt Quaade and Anders Søndergaard.

Co-produced by Arní Bergmann.
Mixed by Arní Bergmann, Frans Galschiøt Quaade and Anders Søndergaard.
Mastered by Arní Bergmann.
Artwork by OddFischlein.

Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

REAR0001 P & C Record, dear, 2012, some rights reserved.

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