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EDH | 7"

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7"

by EDH

is a robot that is fitted with a bladed claw, makes buzzing noises, has a hovercraft cushion, and runs on human blood.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Someone
2:52 album only
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2. Falling Boy
1:34 album only
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3. Dead Cow
1:27 album only
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4. The Doorway
2:25 album only
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5. Wonderland
1:47 album only
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6. Neighbourhood
2:07 album only
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Album Notes
EDH - 7" (33rpm) (white)

EDH hails from deep inside the French electro-pop scene and brings us a dark and delicate solo project which interweaves 80's references, call and response echoes, and fragile yet disembodied vocal tracks. This 7 inch solo project is perfectly composed on white vinyl with a generous 6 rich and layered songs such as "Neighborhood" and "The Doorway". Brought with the sound are the strongest qualities found in her first album in 2003 (on the Japanese label Intikrec), her collaborations with Hypo (Active Suspension) and on "ii" (Digitalkunstrassen).

Laurent Catala - Octopus (french)
On avait laissé Emmanuelle de Héricourt avec son album en collaboration avec Hypo, paru voici déjà quelques temps sur Active Suspension, et c’est avec un plaisir certain qu’on la retrouve sur ce 45 tours bonifié sur Lentonia Records. Bonifié grâce à ses six titres pleins qui satisferont les inconditionnels de vinyle. Mais bonifié surtout grâce à la qualité presque immédiate des compositions proposées. Répondant toujours au sacrosaint mélange écriture pop et mise en son analogique, il convient de souligner ici l’esthétique dramatique toujours très particulière de la musicienne, capable de laisser filtrer une tension sous-jacente au travers de butinages mélodiques distanciés. Mi-fragile, mi-hostile, voila du style.

Byron Coley – The Wire
French electro-pop duo with the good sens to cop some minor moves from early David Vorhaus. There’s a primitivism to their plonk that wins me over when they cross it with the vibe that powered Young Marble Giants.

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