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Parades

Continuing the trend of the Danish post-rockers’ ambient and spectral 2004 debut ‘Tripper’, ‘Parades’ is electronica made by a frankly bizarre recording process. It harnesses large spaces, allowing songs like ‘Caravan’ to blossom into something more orchestral than you’d expect; fitting for a band whose name translates as ‘reverberation’.



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7 / 10

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