But then you’ll stick this record on and you’ll be lost, or rather, suspended like a prehistoric fly in amber, in a powerful collection of tracks that do little else but emanate an incredible sense of presence.
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I had a stop talking card I used to give to people. That usually elicited a certain response!
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Amsterdam’s a bit like a patchwork quilt. A bit homely, a bit old-fashioned but reassuringly comforting and welcoming. All of which is a bit of a long-winded introduction to a band, I’ll admit.
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I wanted to put out this certain like grotesqueness that I feel is missing from a feminine representation in music or film.
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TWOD have craftily created their own little sonic ballpark to play around in and Lost In The Dream shows that they’re simply getting better at it.
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Once the decision was made to do it. You have to be fearless. You can’t go into it like a pussy.
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Maybe the Henk and Melle record from a few years back gave Henk Koorn a new sense of what could be utilised in Hallo Venray. Maybe he’s just decided to show his softer side.
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It’s rather that their sound is one that strips away a lot of what most people use to create pop songs. They aren’t really looking to communicate on an immediate level.
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What is it about Keel Her’s debut? Well, maybe it’s the way that things are just never what they seem.
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