There's the obvious nod of affection to Burial and an ability to incorporate the more refined aspects of the future garage and Slo-mo-house movement into their unorthodox palette. Also we have a band that cherry picked the elements of chill wave and dark wave that they feel work outside of a time and fashion limited micro-genre. As you can see above they're also just as at home in the production studio as they are in the rehearsal rooms. If I were anal, or worked in a HMV I'd actually want to shop in, I'd file them next to Grizzy Bear, Animal Collective, Burial, Yeasayer, Baths, Tanlines and Caribou. 2) There is also Keiko Abe (安倍 圭子, born April 18, 1937) is a Japanese composer and marimba player.
She has been a primary figure in the development of the marimba, in terms of expanding both technique and repertoire, and through her collaboration with the Yamaha musical instrument company, developed the modern five-octave concert marimba. 3) Abe is also another artist: A singer/songwriter from Austria. 4) ABE (Icelandic techno). N’To and Joachim Pastor have already succumbed to a sombre yet passionate techno behind this mysterious project, to the point where they’ve released their first EP on their new label, Sinners. Influenced by the appearance of an aurora borealis, Abe play with electro to create “an auditory painting that’s more or less optimistic, placing a romantic veil on a diseased society.” And they’ll be serving up a live preview at les Trans that we sense is going to be mighty. Read more on Last.fm.
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