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Karin Dreijer Andersson - 'No Face'

A deeply unsettling solo track

Tom Oxley
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True to spooky-voiced form, The Knife’s Karin has recorded a deeply unsettling solo track for a charity compilation to benefit victims of the Japanese tsunami. It features her obliquely going “ooh-ooh” for five minutes, like a melancholy ghost who’s just trodden on an upturned plug. Bleak. But what did you expect, a rowdy cover of ‘Whoomp! There It Is’?

Luke Lewis


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