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Norwegian duo Soft as Snow return to Houndstooth with Glass Body Remixed, a collection of reworks that engage with their futuristic, experimental electronic pop. Italian techno impresario Lucy drives "Halo Heart" straight to the dancefloor, while Gang Gang Dance's Brian DeGraw capitalizes on the tripped-out, weirdo aspects of the duo's distinctively synth-based sound, crafting a bouncy, wholly new approach to "All Our Beasts." Side B finds Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey giving "Glass Body" a 7-minute acid house rework, before Estonia's Maria Minerva steps in to loop and elevate the vocals on "Black Birds" and bring the EP in full circle straight back to it's experimental pop roots.
Norwegian duo Soft as Snow return to Houndstooth with Glass Body Remixed, a collection of reworks that engage with their futuristic, experimental electronic pop. Italian techno impresario Lucy drives "Halo Heart" straight to the dancefloor, while Gang Gang Dance's Brian DeGraw capitalizes on the tripped-out, weirdo aspects of the duo's distinctively synth-based sound, crafting a bouncy, wholly new approach to "All Our Beasts." Side B finds Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey giving "Glass Body" a 7-minute acid house rework, before Estonia's Maria Minerva steps in to loop and elevate the vocals on "Black Birds" and bring the EP in full circle straight back to it's experimental pop roots.
802560203262

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Format: Vinyl
Label: HOUT
Rel. Date: 11/25/2014
UPC: 802560203262

Glass Body Remixed
Artist: Soft As Snow
Format: Vinyl
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Norwegian duo Soft as Snow return to Houndstooth with Glass Body Remixed, a collection of reworks that engage with their futuristic, experimental electronic pop. Italian techno impresario Lucy drives "Halo Heart" straight to the dancefloor, while Gang Gang Dance's Brian DeGraw capitalizes on the tripped-out, weirdo aspects of the duo's distinctively synth-based sound, crafting a bouncy, wholly new approach to "All Our Beasts." Side B finds Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey giving "Glass Body" a 7-minute acid house rework, before Estonia's Maria Minerva steps in to loop and elevate the vocals on "Black Birds" and bring the EP in full circle straight back to it's experimental pop roots.
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