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      Solar Fake
      "Frontiers"

      Label: Synthetic Symphony (2011)
      German electro outfit Solar Fake, created by Sven Friedrich (singer/front man Dreadful Shadows, Zeraphine), presents a really extraordinary piece of work with the new album, “Frontiers“. What was indicated on "Broken Grid" (2008) and the digital only "Resigned E.P." (2009) now finds a felicitous continuation in "Frontiers": driving beats and danceable floor fillers melt with great melodies you can't get out of your head once you hear them. Sven’s voice is multifaceted like never before, but still it is the one element connecting all 11 tracks to a whole complete work. There’s one thing "Frontiers" is not offering musically: boredom. It ranges from 'typical' Solar Fake sound, through lo-fi Electro punk, Industrial, Synthpop, and 80s influences, pleasantly surprising track by track. It stands out that songs, arrangement and production sound way more fresh, danceable and club-compliant than ever before. Due to Solar Fake supporting VNV Nation on their last tour and playing several festivals, they have attracted great attention, constantly increasing their number of fans - and not only amongst Zeraphine’s audience.

    120/16

    CD