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      Chrom
      "Electroscope"

      The German band Chrom are not big fans of genre restrictions. Henceforth, "Electroscope", the title of the group's debut album can be seen as rather programmatic, as the music is an eclectic amalgam from the broad stylistic bandwidth that electronic popular music has to offer, creating a sound that is as catchy as it is club-compatible. Vocals-wise, Chrom effectively walk the thin line between warm melodies and relentless energy.
      The bass power, impact and energy of EBM are fused with the airy, technoid elements of futurepop and the lush melodies of synthpop to create a versatile and compact sound that finds its very own niche in between bands like VNV Nation and Solitary Experiments. The album is topped off by two remixes, one of them by famous Berlin-based dark pop band Blutengel.

    dkk 120/eur 16

    CD