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      Decoded Feedback
      "Aftermath"

      Crackling with such renewed powers, Decoded Feedback now unleash "Aftermath", an utterly remarkable and intense album. We stand in awe of their unmistakable combination of pulsating basslines and angelic synth melodies (as witnessed on "Silent Killer" and "Proteus Syndrome"), as well as nostalgic references to the old school dark wave of the 80s ("Dark Reflections", "Shelter Me"), and sprinkling of electropop ("Affliction"). Full-bodied and varied, "Aftermath" stands between feelings and moods with unexpected sonic landscapes. Never before could it be said that Decoded Feedback have been this melodically oriented as they are now in 2010. Even in this project's 17th year of existence, there is no lack of innovation or variation. It should also now be obvious to everyone that this project are at the top league in sound engineering, as is the case with most ensembles from the Canadian electronic scene.

    dkk 120/eur 16

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