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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Adrian Orange & Her Band with 'Interdependance Dance'. A warped combination of electro fuzzy bass and wonky synth sounds with monotone vocals which flutter in and out of tune. It's so slow which adds to the unusual sound and as it drifts along his vocals morph into a slow Ian Curtis of Joy Division fame. Second song is him singing with his guitar in quite a lo-fi and pretty way. Final track 'S ... »

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Interdependance Dance by Adrian Orange & Her Band
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Maggie Staff review, 09 August 2007
Adrian Orange & Her Band with 'Interdependance Dance'. A warped combination of electro fuzzy bass and wonky synth sounds with monotone vocals which flutter in and out of tune. It's so slow which adds to the unusual sound and as it drifts along his vocals morph into a slow Ian Curtis of Joy Division fame. Second song is him singing with his guitar in quite a lo-fi and pretty way. Final track 'Sad Dancing' is a disjointed affair with big crowd joining in the chorus to complete the party atmosphere. Yeah pretty cool again .I shall look forward to the forthcoming album.

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