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Soulwax : Conversation Intercom

Eclectic mix of lightly toasted electro and ersatz lovers' rock...

If someone said that Soulwax had been invented, Popstars-style, by the Belgian Ministry Of Culture purely to sex up the country's image abroad, you'd have to believe them. If the same person then began to explain that what makes Soulwax such a thrilling proposition is their eclectic mix of lightly toasted electro and ersatz lovers' rock, not to mention their quaint 'dated' image and crazy sense of humour, you'd have no choice but to kill them. It would be the humane thing to do.





Piers Martin

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