If you like electronica/post-punk revival/noise rock, do not sleep on these guys... or Death Strobe Records in general. They're not terribly big yet, but they're already getting spun by Erol Alkan, so I have a feeling they're about to blow up soon.
And shiz - I just realized I was thinking of Midnight Savari with the Erol Alkan thing, since they're also on the same label - but these guys are absolutely worth a listen. No Way Back has a bit more of an EITS sound to it than some of their other stuff, in case anyone's interested.
Hmmm... I might possibly be able to work something out for you, but I make no promises just yet. However, at the very least, I can PM you their debut album (Circle Trilogy EP) in MP3 for the low low price of zero monies.
Post by steveternal on Jul 16, 2011 20:59:02 GMT -5
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